On charges of "conspiring against the state" a military court in Tunisia sentences a journalist and a parliamentarian to prison

On charges of "conspiring against the state" a military court in Tunisia sentences a journalist and a parliamentarian to prison On Friday, a military court in Tunisia issued a prison sentence for journalist Amer Ayyad and parliamentarian Abdellatif Alaoui, who were charged with several charges related to "conspiring against the state". According to the defendants' lawyer, the decision is still preliminary and subject to appeal.  A military court in Tunis on Friday sentenced journalist Amer Ayyad and parliamentarian Abdellatif Alaoui, according to the defendants' lawyer.  Lawyer Samir Dilou said in a Facebook post that "the military court in Tunisia sentences journalist Amer Ayyad to 4 months in prison and MP Abdellatif Alaoui 3 months in prison." Without more details.  The lawyer did not clarify the charges against the two, and no official statements were issued about them until 12:10 GMT. The judgment is preliminary and subject to appeal before the Military Court of Appeal.  On November 25, the Tunisian authorities released journalist Ayad after a seven-week detention, after accusing him of "conspiracy intended to alter the state body."  Last October 3, the military court in Tunis decided to arrest the Alawi deputy of the "Dignity Coalition", on the grounds of his participation in a television program presented by journalist Ayyad.

On Friday, a military court in Tunisia issued a prison sentence for journalist Amer Ayyad and parliamentarian Abdellatif Alaoui, who were charged with several charges related to "conspiring against the state". According to the defendants' lawyer, the decision is still preliminary and subject to appeal.

A military court in Tunis on Friday sentenced journalist Amer Ayyad and parliamentarian Abdellatif Alaoui, according to the defendants' lawyer.

Lawyer Samir Dilou said in a Facebook post that "the military court in Tunisia sentences journalist Amer Ayyad to 4 months in prison and MP Abdellatif Alaoui 3 months in prison." Without more details.

The lawyer did not clarify the charges against the two, and no official statements were issued about them until 12:10 GMT. The judgment is preliminary and subject to appeal before the Military Court of Appeal.

On November 25, the Tunisian authorities released journalist Ayad after a seven-week detention, after accusing him of "conspiracy intended to alter the state body."

Last October 3, the military court in Tunis decided to arrest the Alawi deputy of the "Dignity Coalition", on the grounds of his participation in a television program presented by journalist Ayyad.
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