Tunisia: Truth and Dignity Commission’s first public hearings an opportunity to bring truth and justice to victims
Tunisia’s Truth and Dignity Commission first public hearings on 17 and 18 November are a historic opportunity to affirm a commitment to end impunity for past crimes under international law and human rights violations. If the proceedings are conducted in an impartial, transparent and inclusive manner, victims of violations including deaths in custody, torture and secret and arbitrary detention who have waited decades for justice may finally have a chance to have their right to truth fulfilled.
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