Tunisia: Working Session Focuses On Benefits for Relatives of Martyrs and Wounded of Revolution

Tunis/Tunisia — A working session on the benefits granted to relatives of martyrs and wounded of the revolution was held on Thursday at the Government Palace in Kasbah.

The meeting was attended by representatives of relevant ministries, announced the General Authority on Resistant Fighters and Martyrs and Wounded of the Revolution and Terrorist Operations.

According to a statement from the Authority, the working session focused on the decree-law No. 2011-97 and the law No. 2012-26 on compensation for martyrs and wounded of the revolution of 14 January 2011.

During this meeting, emphasis was placed on the benefits for relatives of martyrs and wounded of the revolution, including the monthly pension that will be paid to the recipients.

A second session on this issue will be held soon.

The final list of martyrs and wounded of the revolution was published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Tunisia on March 19, 2021. It includes 129 martyrs and 634 wounded.

In addition, the Ministries of Defence and Interior have published their own lists of martyrs and wounded.

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