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[:fr]Tunisia’s Dignity and Freedom shall prevail.[:ar]تونس الكرامة والحرية ستنتصر[:en]Tunisia’s Dignity and Freedom shall prevail.[:]

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Tunisia’s Dignity and Freedom shall prevail.

26 of July 2021, Tunis.

The Tunisian Forum for Economic and Social Rights follows up with great interest the recent events in our country and the decisions taken and developments in the situation.

First, it is obvious that the 25 July protests were different from the typical and usual protests, they were the result of a course of political and economic failure and an expression of the anger inherent in the frustrating political performance that took place over the real victories of the Tunisian people in dignity, freedom and social justice.

In recent years, the political parties that took control over the country devoted their efforts to entrench opportunism, corruption, fostering impunity, criminalizing the demand for rights, reducing the revolution and its aspirations in their mere arrival at government, and the safeguard of their interests along with the interests of its supporters and allies.

The President of the Republic’s adoption of such decisions received considerable sympathy, particularly from social groups that are deeply affected by the unjust policies. His decisions reflect an abuse of the Constitution, preceded by those who present themselves today as victims of such decisions.

The demands to preserve the values of freedom, dignity, social justice, equality before the law and non-impunity have proved to be the pillars of genuine mobilization, collective resistance, solidarity, concrete and active social movements in recent years.

The Tunisian Forum for Economic and Social Rights:

  • Holds full responsibility for the path into which our country has slipped on the ruling political class and what it has done, especially in recent years and during the health crisis, for devoting itself to inequality, impunity, and ignorance of citizens’ interests.
  • Affirms that the crisis in our country is essentially economic and social and calls upon social, civil and democratic forces that believe in the values of freedom, equality and social justice to build bridges between them and to be prepared to influence and improve the adopted policies. And to work on the promotion of new development policies that serve the majority, not the minority, and to break free from the dogmatic of the neoliberal ideology against which many social groups today revolted and which economists consider to be the cause of deepening poverty and inequality.
  • Demands that the President of the Republic to draw up a clear road map after the events of 25 July, making it a turning point for establishing rights and freedoms that meet the aspirations of the Tunisian people, which they have expressed during the course of the Tunisian revolution.
  • Emphasis on its commitment to the democratic life as a framework for civil political conflict.
  • Calls upon all democratic and civil forces and national organizations to work together and propose a road map to emerge from the crisis by respecting democracy and human rights and addressing any violations or attempts to return to tyranny.

The Tunisian people, along with their youths, civil and social forces, have proved their entitlement to freedom and dignity and have affirmed their commitment to their rights, despite the failure of the political elites to take concrete steps towards cutting off with corruption and violations, and to reduce regional injustice and social marginalization. Today, in the face of the data mentioned above, we fear another failure to the aspirations of the Tunisian people in a State where dignity and social justice are achieved.

Tunisian Forum for Economic and Social Rights.

President, Abdulrahman Al-Hathili.

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تونس في 27 جويلية 2021

تونس الكرامة والحرية ستنتصر

يتابع المنتدى التونسي للحقوق الاقتصادية والاجتماعية الاحداث الأخيرة الواقعة ببلادنا والقرارات المتخذة وتطور الاوضاع باهتمام كبير. بداية يعتبر ان احتجاجات 25 جويلية والتي كانت خارج الرؤية النمطية للاحتجاج هي نتيجة لمسار من الفشل السياسي والاقتصادي وتعبير عن حالة الغضب الكامنة من الأداء السياسي المحبط والذي قفز على الانتظارات الحقيقية للشعب التونسي في الكرامة والحرية والعدالة الاجتماعية. اجتهدت الأطراف السياسية التي تمترست في الحكم بطريقة مباشرة او غير مباشرة في السنوات الأخيرة في تكريس الانتهازية والتموقع والتحالف مع الفاسدين وتكريس الإفلات من العقاب وتجريم المطالبة بالحقوق واختزلت الثورة وانتظاراتها في مجرد وصولها للحكم ومدى حفظ مصالحها ومصالح أنصارها والمتحالفين معها. ان اقدام رئيس الجمهورية على اتخاذ هذه القرارات التي حظيت بتعاطف كبير خاصة من فئات اجتماعية طحنتها سياسات غير عادلة يعكس تعسفا على الدستور سبقه اليه من يقدم اليوم نفسه ضحية لهذه القرارات.

ان المطالب الخاصة بتكريس قيم الحرية والكرامة والعدالة الاجتماعية والمساواة امام القانون وعدم الإفلات من العقاب اثبتت انها محاور تعبئة حقيقية ومقاومة جماعية ومتضامنة وتأتي من رحم حراك اجتماعي ملموس وفاعل جوبه خلال السنوات الاخيرة بأقصى درجات العنف والتشويه والتجريم والوصم وهو ما يستوجب استخلاص الدروس.

ان المنتدى التونسي للحقوق الاقتصادية والاجتماعية

  • يحمّل مسؤولية المسار الذي انزلقت اليه بلادنا الى الطبقة السياسية الحاكمة وما مارسته خاصة خلال السنوات الأخيرة وخلال الازمة الصحية من تكريس للتفاوت والافلات من العقاب والقطيعة مع المواطن.
  • يؤكد ان الازمة التي تمرّ بها بلادنا هي أساسا اقتصادية واجتماعية ويدعو القوى الاجتماعية والمدنية والديمقراطية المؤمنة بقيم الحرية والمساواة والعدالة الاجتماعية الى بناء الجسور بينها والاستعداد للتأثير أكثر في السياسات المتبعة. والعمل على تكريس سياسات تنموية جديدة تكون في خدمة الأغلبية لا الأقلية والتحرر من دغمائية الأيديولوجية النيوليبرالية التي تثور ضدها اليوم فئات اجتماعية عديدة ويعّدها الاقتصاديون سبب تعميق الفقر واللاعدالة.
  • يطالب رئاسة الجمهورية بوضع خارطة طريقة واضحة لما بعد 25 جويلية بما يجعلها نقطة تحول لتكريس الحقوق والحريات وانتظارات التونسيات والتونسيين التي عبروا عنها خلال مسار الثورة التونسية
  • يجدد تمسكه بالحياة الديمقراطية اطارا للصراع السياسي المدني.
  • يدعو كل القوى الديمقراطية والمدنية والمنظمات الوطنية للعمل المشترك واقتراح خارطة طريق للخروج بالبلاد من الأزمة باحترام الديمقراطية وحقوق الإنسان والتصدي لاي انتهاكات او أي محاولة للعودة للاستبداد.

لقد أثبت الشعب التونسي وقواه المدنية والشبابية والاجتماعية الجدارة باستحقاق الحرية والكرامة وأكد تمسكه بمكاسبه الحقوقية رغم اخفاق النخب السياسية في إنجاز خطوات فعلية تقطع مع الفساد والانتهاكات وتحد من الحيف الجهوي والتهميش الاجتماعي ونحن اليوم إزاء ما تقدم من معطيات نخشى من خذلان متجدد لانتظارات التونسيات والتونسيين في دولة تحقق الكرامة والعدالة الاجتماعية.

المنتدى التونسي للحقوق الاقتصادية والاجتماعية

الرئيس عبدالرحمان الهذيلي

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Tunisia’s Dignity and Freedom shall prevail.

26 of July 2021, Tunis.

The Tunisian Forum for Economic and Social Rights follows up with great interest the recent events in our country and the decisions taken and developments in the situation.

First, it is obvious that the 25 July protests were different from the typical and usual protests, they were the result of a course of political and economic failure and an expression of the anger inherent in the frustrating political performance that took place over the real victories of the Tunisian people in dignity, freedom and social justice.

In recent years, the political parties that took control over the country devoted their efforts to entrench opportunism, corruption, fostering impunity, criminalizing the demand for rights, reducing the revolution and its aspirations in their mere arrival at government, and the safeguard of their interests along with the interests of its supporters and allies.

The President of the Republic’s adoption of such decisions received considerable sympathy, particularly from social groups that are deeply affected by the unjust policies. His decisions reflect an abuse of the Constitution, preceded by those who present themselves today as victims of such decisions.

The demands to preserve the values of freedom, dignity, social justice, equality before the law and non-impunity have proved to be the pillars of genuine mobilization, collective resistance, solidarity, concrete and active social movements in recent years.

The Tunisian Forum for Economic and Social Rights:

  • Holds full responsibility for the path into which our country has slipped on the ruling political class and what it has done, especially in recent years and during the health crisis, for devoting itself to inequality, impunity, and ignorance of citizens’ interests.
  • Affirms that the crisis in our country is essentially economic and social and calls upon social, civil and democratic forces that believe in the values of freedom, equality and social justice to build bridges between them and to be prepared to influence and improve the adopted policies. And to work on the promotion of new development policies that serve the majority, not the minority, and to break free from the dogmatic of the neoliberal ideology against which many social groups today revolted and which economists consider to be the cause of deepening poverty and inequality.
  • Demands that the President of the Republic to draw up a clear road map after the events of 25 July, making it a turning point for establishing rights and freedoms that meet the aspirations of the Tunisian people, which they have expressed during the course of the Tunisian revolution.
  • Emphasis on its commitment to the democratic life as a framework for civil political conflict.
  • Calls upon all democratic and civil forces and national organizations to work together and propose a road map to emerge from the crisis by respecting democracy and human rights and addressing any violations or attempts to return to tyranny.

The Tunisian people, along with their youths, civil and social forces, have proved their entitlement to freedom and dignity and have affirmed their commitment to their rights, despite the failure of the political elites to take concrete steps towards cutting off with corruption and violations, and to reduce regional injustice and social marginalization. Today, in the face of the data mentioned above, we fear another failure to the aspirations of the Tunisian people in a State where dignity and social justice are achieved.

Tunisian Forum for Economic and Social Rights.

President, Abdulrahman Al-Hathili.

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