An Assessment of the Draft Law on “the Repression of Attacks Against the Armed Forces”

This policy brief will examine the provisions of the draft law on the “repression of attacks against armed forces”, discuss its pertinence, and underline its limitations. It will demonstrate that whilst legislative reform processes are important, a parallel institutional and structural reform must be undertaken to ensure striking the right balance between protecting the armed forces and the full respect of human rights.

By Eya Jrad | 15 December 2020