Update: October 16
Bobbie Johnson

A bit more informations about detention centres in Tunisia from the OHCHR report (2013): “Although the Government denies the existence of immigration detention centres in Tunisia, migrants who are found to be on the territory irregularly are sometimes sent to centres d’accueil et d’orientation — essentially holding facilities from which migrants are identified and deported. The Government insisted that only one such centre exists in Tunisia, the Ouardia Centre in the south of Tunis. However, the Special Rapporteur learned through a number of reliable sources that, in fact, 13 centres exist around the country”. [http://daccess-dds-ny.un.org/doc/UNDOC/GEN/G13/135/39/PDF/G1313539.pdf?OpenElement]

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