Tunisia: National, International Organisations Express Dissatisfaction With Liberties Climate in Nation

Tunis — Participants in the round table meeting held Tuesday in Tunis on "Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Participation and Non-exclusion, Foundations of Democracy" were unanimous in highlighting the violation of human rights in terms of freedom of assembly, expression, peaceful protest in addition to the slowness in the enforcement of transitional justice.

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