The 2013 Annual Report on
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A Tunisian TV boss faces up to three years in prison for screening the French film Persepolis.
The Tunisian National Constituent Assembly must use the drafting of the new Constitution to prevent a repetition of the widespread abuses that took ...
Authorities urged to act to prevent a repetition of the widespread human rights abuses that took place under former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali ...
Members of the newly elected National Constituent Assembly (NCA) have a historic opportunity to write a new constitution for their country. The drafting ...
Report MDE 30/004/2012
There were scores of injuries when Tunisian security forces violently dispersed peaceful protests in the capital Tunis.
In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of different states about ratification of international human rights ...
Document IOR 41/006/2012
The Tunisian Minister for Human Rights has been urged to retract homophobic comments that undermine human rights.
Amnesty International has written to the Tunisian Minister of Human Rights to express its alarm at statements the Minister made about homosexuality ...
Tunisian journalists face criminal charges and jail sentences for publishing a photograph showing a partially naked woman.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI index: MDE 30/003/2012. 12 February 2012. Tunisian authorities ...
Public Statement MDE 30/003/2012