Tunis — Yemen's Human Rights Minister Houria Machhour Tuesday laid emphasis in Tunis, following her talk with Human Rights and Transitional Justice Minister Samir Dilou, on her country's will to draw inspiration from the Tunisian experience in matters of Human rights and democratic transition as well as from the draft law on transitional justice to be examined shortly by the National Constituent Assembly (NCA).
Tunisia: Co-Operation With Yemen in Matters of Human Rights, Democratic Transition Examined
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