Tunisia: Transitional Justice At the Mercy of Politics

Tunis — Three parties and a president have produced bills aimed at national reconciliation, often driven by the desire to interrupt or even reverse the transitional justice process. They mark a failure on the part of politicians, and show how transitional justice in Tunisia is again subject to the vagaries of political calculations.

Since the end of the Truth and Dignity Commission’s mandate on December 31, 2018, its members have never taken a concerted stand. But on November 17, five…

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