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Tunisia: New Parliament’s Rights Priorities

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Expand A general view of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People in Tunis, Tunisia, May 2016. © 2016 Zoubeir Souissi/Reuters   (Tunis) – Tunisia’s parliament should carry out a reform agenda to address ongoing human rights problems in the country, Human Rights Watch said today as the new People’s Assembly is inaugurated.    The new parliament, elected October 6, 2019, should strengthen rights protections by electing its allotted quota of Constitutional Court members, revising laws to eliminate gender discrimination in inheritance, and eliminating penal code articles that criminally…

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