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10 steps for human rights : Amnesty International Human Right’s Manifesto for Tunisia

Publié le 24-09-2014. Ajoutée le 26 September 2014

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As Tunisia prepares for legislative and presidential elections, Amnesty International is calling on candidates to fulfil the hopes of Tunisians and deliver real human rights reforms. All Tunisians should enjoy civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights without any discrimination and without further delays.

Since thousands of Tunisians took to the streets in the uprising that ousted former president Zine el Abidine Ben Ali in January 2011, the Tunisian authorities have initiated a series of reforms, which culminated in the adoption of a new constitution upholding many human rights. Nevertheless, many of the abuses that fuelled the uprising have yet to be tackled.

If the goals and aspirations of the uprising are to be fulfilled, the incoming Tunisian authorities must commit to human rights and put an end to repressive human rights practices.

Here, Amnesty International sets out the 10 steps every candidate should take to show their commitment to human rights.

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