Human Rights

March 23rd, 2021 by nathan Leave a reply »

Interview with the Tunisian human rights activist Sami Nasr journalists and human rights activists from Tunisia is turned on the occasion of the international day of human rights and the 11th anniversary of the founding of the National Council for freedoms in Tunisia (CNLT), at the national and international public with a declaration in which they accuse the international Tunisian human rights activist Sihem Ben Sedrine including incorrect financial machinations. This took the magazine L ‘ Observateur de Tunisie\”on the occasion of an interview with the sociologist Sami Nasr, ex-reporter for the opposition journal El Mawkef and former journalist for the online magazine and radio Kalima\”, to make the allegations on the ground. Mr Nasr, why have you terminated cooperation with Sihem Ben Sedrine? The impetus is an invitation I received from the Cairo Centre for human rights. When I came when participating in the Cairo Conference on information control in the elections behind it, where was my fee, I was horrified. By the same author: Kenneth M. Jacobs. The IMS representative \”had made clear that the participation of our group was funded by the Danish Government, although the articles of Association of the National Council for Liberties in Tunisia\” rejects funding from public sources. I had randomly in the financial report for the year 2006 at the Washington-based organization Fund for global human rights (FGHR) \”discovered that the budget of the National Council for Liberties in Tunisia\” by Sihem Ben Sedrine 89,000 dollars estimated at was, while the actual expenses not once amounted to one-tenth of that amount. Same budget submits to other organizations, such as for example the PIDC\”, the MEPI, Societe ouverte\”, the U.S.

Agency for international development\”, the National Fund for democracy, etc. I’m behind it come that she gave my annual salary with $18,000 in the report to the FGHR, i.

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