Tunisia experienced several deadly attacks by Islamist extremists in , which led its parliament to adopt a new counterterrorism law that imperils human rights and lacks adequate safeguards against abuses. The constitution guarantees key civil, political, social, economic, and cultural rights. However, Tunisian authorities have made little progress in overhauling legislation that fails to comply with the constitution, particularly the penal code and code of criminal procedures. Human Right Watch defends the rights of people in 90 countries worldwide, spotlighting abuses and bringing perpetrators to justice. Get updates on human rights issues from around the globe. Join our movement today.
Human rights in Tunisia
Human rights in Tunisia - Wikipedia
Not only is it not acceptable it's still illegal in Tunisia. If you think your partner is likely to attract unwanted male attention while out and about, then there are a few simple precautions It can be seen as a " Im sorry to say this but if your found Turkey a hassle then Tunisia will be so much worse. And it has nothing to do with being gay, the blokes will always give way to much attention to woman, esp blondes, including those with boyfriends! Its sad but iv seen it first hand myself. Again my advice would be to not show much affection in public.
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