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Aquilina Law develops and delivers second seminar for the “Constitutional Rights in Tunisia project”

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Aquilina Law develops and delivers second seminar for the “Constitutional Rights in Tunisia project” Aquilina Law August 12, 2022

Aquilina Law develops and delivers second seminar for the “Constitutional Rights in Tunisia project”

Due to the success of the first seminar, which was held on May 11, 2022 and discussed the use of International Law in national courts, the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) retained Aquilina Law to develop a second presentation for members of the Tunisia Bar entitled, “Identification and Treatment of Situations of Unconstitutionality.”

This seminar delved deeper into the types, nature, actors, and limits of constitutional law, relying both on Canadian case law and European sources to supplement the discussion. Aquilina Law’s participation in this program, which is funded by the US Department of State and implemented by the International Law Organisation in partnership with the CBA, is yet another step into furthering the development of human rights in Tunisia by encouraging dialogue through awareness of current legal systems in Tunisia and other constitutions. The seminar coincided with the release of the country’s proposed new constitution, which has since been adopted and is scheduled to come into effect later this month.

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