Tunisia: Submission for consideration by the National Constituent Assembly on the guarantee of political, civil, economic, social and cultural rights in the new Constitution
Members of the newly elected National Constituent Assembly (NCA) have a historic opportunity to write a new constitution for their country. The drafting of the Constitution should be a first step to mark Tunisia’s adherence to the rule of law and human rights. In this document Amnesty International makes a number of recommendations which include non-discrimination; freedoms of expression, assembly and movement; rights to life, privacy, liberty and fair trial; independence of the judiciary; protection from ill-treatment; an end to impunity; and economic, social and cultural rights.
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