Tunisian women besiege parliament to protest sexual harassment

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Tunisian women besieged parliament in the city of Le Bardo on Wednesday to protest against a sitting MP accused of sexual harassment.

The protesters fear that Zouheir Makhlouf, who was investigated for alleged harassment and public indecency, will enjoy immunity from prosecution.

"We are before parliament to demand better implementation of Bill 58, to protect women from sexual harassment and violence because we are always victims of it", said campaign manager, Nawrez Elladi.

"The new parliam…
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