Tunisia: The abuse of pre-trial detention to silence political opponents, authorities targeting political opposition with vague pretrial detention laws

Tunisian authorities have used vague provisions in the law governing pretrial detention to jail a series of high-profile opponents, public figures, and perceived enemies of President Kais Saied without showing that the measure is reasonable and necessary as required by international law. These detentions highlight a deepening regression for human rights and judicial independence in Tunisia.

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