Tunisia must take immediate steps to address the recommendations of the Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Assembly and Association
On 24 June, the Special Rapporteur on rights to freedom of association and peaceful assembly presented his findings on the exercise of these rights in Tunisia and shared his concerns regarding potential threats to freedom of association and assembly in the country.
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