Tunisia: Forum for the Future Meeting - Civil Society Regrets Absence of Political Will to Promote Women's Status

Tunis — "The civil society is called today, to show more solidarity to claim the consecration of a legal framework: the constitution, which guarantees, defends and protects human rights in the Arab Spring countries," asserted, on Tuesday, professor and human rights activist Naila Radhoui Sillini during the first day of the Forum for the Future (December 11-13) on the level of the civil society and the private sector.

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