Transitional justice in the media

Transitional Justice in Tunisia—a Transition to What?

Atlantic Council- January 14, the anniversary of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali’s 2011 ouster, is a now a national holiday in Tunisia. It is also a moment to examine how things are going in the country that ignited “the Arab Spring”—the…

Transitional justice in Tunisia: the truth behind the trials

Opendemocracy-The Transitional Justice (TJ) process and the Truth and Dignity Commission in Tunisia (IVD) have been subject to systematic and fierce campaigns questioning their legitimacy over the past five years. At every step of the way,…

Tunisia Truth Commission Brings One Court Case in Four Years

By Lilia Blaise The New York Times -GABÈS, Tunisia — A commission that has been working for four years to deliver justice to victims of Tunisia’s decades-long dictatorship has brought one case to court, which began last week with a single…

Tunisia’s Perilous, Unresolved Transition

https://timep.org/commentary/tunisias-perilous-unresolved-transition/ Tunisia has recently witnessed the establishment of some long-awaited measures for transitional justice mainly related to the creation of specialized judicial chambers,…