Tunisia: Human rights agenda for change
Following the month of unrest that led to Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fleeing the country and relinquishing the presidency, a caretaker government has now been formed and electoral preparations launched. The new Tunisian government has a historic opportunity to break with the years of repression and human rights abuse by taking urgent, concrete measures to uphold – both in law and in practice – their national and international obligations. Amnesty International has identified recommendations outlined in this document as key steps for change.
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