World Bulletin / News Desk
"Association of Tunisian Women" has stressed that more than 300 women who were locked in jail during the ousted leader, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, had been forgotten.
Ibtihal Abdullatif, the president of the association, told AA on Thursday that members of the association prepare files of the jailed women who complain from being neglected.
Abdullatif underlined that some of the female prisoners are sexually abused and being raped and some die as they do not receive cancer treatment.
Abdullatif added that in order to atone female prisoners who are being harmed because of their thoughts and for them to receive treatment there will be more attention being given to females in the new term. Also president of the association said that they demand an amnesty to prisoners of thought.
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