Tunisia: Independent voices stifled in Tunisia
Anyone who is critical of the Tunisian authorities or speaks out for human rights in Tunisia is at risk. Despite the obstacles they face, human rights activists and independent voices in Tunisia continue to speak out and to work in many different ways to keep their concerns heard and to defend and protect human rights. The harassment they encounter shows the Tunisian authorities’ intolerance of independence.
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