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Tunisia’s interim government should drop its criminal investigation of a TV station for “defaming” Islam over the airing of a controversial film. The interim authorities should respect free expression and approve pending amendments to abolish the “defaming of religion” law.

(Tunis) – Tunisia’s interim government should drop its criminal investigation of a TV station for “defaming” Islam over the airing of a controversial film, Human Rights Watch said today. The interim authorities should respect free expression and approve pending amendments to abolish the “defaming of religion” law, Human Rights Watch said.

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