Tunisia: 'We Will Contest Constitutionality of Judicial Authority If Deficient' (Raoudha Laabidi)
1 March 2013
Tunis — "We will challenge the constitutionality of the provisional judiciary authority if it proves to be deficient," said President of the Union of Tunisian Judges Raoudha Laabidi.
"We will also dispute the constitutionality of this body if its creation does not go hand in hand with the implementation of Article 22 of the constituent act which provides for the provisional organisation of public powers," she highlighted at a news conference held on Friday...
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