Tunisians call on the Constitution

By Ismail Dibara, 7 June 2018
Tunisian demonstrator (photo credit: Qantara)
Tunisian demonstrator (photo credit: Qantara)
Tunisiaʹs Constitution of 2014 may guarantee freedom of conscience and belief, but the country has not resolved the debate surrounding the non-observance of Ramadan in public. On Sunday 27 May 2018, Tunisians organised a demonstration in the capital that responded to calls on social networks asking people who werenʹt fasting to defend their right to eat and drink in public during Ramadan.
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