Tunisia: Attempts to Obstruct Work of Truth and Dignity Commission undermine victims’ rights and threaten transitional justice
Recent attempts by parliament in Tunisia to obstruct the work of the Truth Commission are an attempt to block accountability that victims have waited decades for, Amnesty International said today. On 26 March, the Tunisian parliament voted to prevent the Truth and Dignity Commission (the IVD) from extending its mandate by seven months.
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