Tunisia: Four Years Later Injustice Prevails

People hold up pictures of relatives who died in protests during the January 2011 revolution, at a demonstration outside a military court in Tunis June 26, 2012 © 2012 REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi

People hold up pictures of relatives who died in protests during the January 2011 revolution, at a demonstration outside a military court in Tunis June 26, 2012
© 2012 REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi

Four years ago the tragedy hit Tunisia: the consequences of the uprising were 123 protesters killed and hundreds were injured. In all, 53 defendants were brought to trial in late 2011 but actually, the victims still without have justice. The life sentence imposed on former President Zine El Abiding Ben Ali, who needs to be extradited from Saudi Arabia to be judged, it is blighted by legal and investigative problems. Read more about this abuse of the Human Rights in this piece by Human Rights Watch. Everybody has the same rights.

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