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Tunisie: Liste non-exhaustive des principes constitutionnels restés lettre morte

A Tunisian demonstrator shouts slogans and holds a poster reading, 'don't touch my rights' during a protest calling for the respect of women's rights and other fundemental rights on August 13, 2012 in Tunis. Tunisian women are rising up against a proposed article in the new constitution being drafted by the National Constituent Assembly seen by many as an Islamist ploy to reverse the principle of gender equality that made Tunisia a beacon of modernity in the Arab world when it was introduced six
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A Tunisian demonstrator shouts slogans and holds a poster reading, 'don't touch my rights' during a protest calling for the respect of women's rights and other fundemental rights on August 13, 2012 in Tunis. Tunisian women are rising up against a proposed article in the new constitution being drafted by the National Constituent Assembly seen by many as an Islamist ploy to reverse the principle of gender equality that made Tunisia a beacon of modernity in the Arab world when it was introduced six

À peine trois années après sa promulgation, la Constitution tunisienne est déjà ignorée ou piétinée par certains; juge, policiers, médecins, politiques ou Tunisiens lambda.

Certains principes constitutionnels solennellement proclamés demeurent ainsi lettre morte, fictifs comme l'attestent les nombreux faits divers qui ont émaillé la Tunisie récemment.

Le HuffPost Tunisie a sélectionné une liste non-exhaustive des dispositions constitutionnelles bafouées en matière de droits et libertés civiles et politiques notamment:

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