Tunisia: Government Decree N°97 to Involve Martyrs of Mineral Field, Says Samir Dilou

Tunis — The relatives of martyrs and wounded of the Gafsa mineral field uprising in 2008 will have the benefit of the provisions included in government decree n°97 on the compensation of the relatives and wounded of the revolution, said on Sunday, Human Rights and Transitional Justice Minister Samir Dilou at the end of a meeting in Carthage with delegates of the relatives of martyrs and wounded of Gafsa mineral field.

"The implementation of these provisions is scheduled for coming days," he told TAP news agency.

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