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Protests: Higher Human Rights Committee calls for “constructive” dialogue

The Higher Committee for Human Rights and Fundamental Liberties called on the government, political parties and all components of civil society to engage in a “serious and constructive” dialogue to guarantee the economic and social rights of Tunisians.

The committee called Friday, in a statement, to show responsibility, to respect the Constitution and avoid statements that are likely to cause tension and divide Tunisians.

“We must not incriminate demonstrations that are a form of expression,” said the committee, insisting on respect for the principles of democracy and human rights.

Besides, the Committee strongly condemned recent acts of violence and vandalism in the country. Acts that lead to the restriction of freedom of expression, undermine the democratic transition and pave the way for the return of dictatorship, warns the committee in its statement.

Source: TAP News Agency

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