Middle East

Tunisian activists protest as parliament debates corruption amnesty

In this file photo Tunisians chant slogans, wear t-shirts reading in the local Arabic dialect "I am not forgiving", and carry signs showing cartoons of President Beji Caid Essebsi (C) and his advisers opening their blazers with Arabic text reading "I [love] corruption" beneath, at a demonstration before parliament in the capital Tunis on July 28, 2017, against a bill that would allow officials being prosecuted for alleged corruption to be amnestied in exchange for reimbursing embezzled f





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