Letter to Egyptian officials regarding the detention and interrogation of Tunisian Professor Amel Grami, invited to participate in an international conference.
Letter to the President of the Republic of Tunisia to express concern over dismissal of Jean-François Poirier from his position as assistant professor of philosophy at the Institut des Sciences Humaines, University of Tunis.
Letter to Tunisian Authorities protesting the treatment of Dr. Moncef Ben Salem, professor at the University of Sfax, who after being imprisoned for three years for criticizing the government for human rights abuses, is now under house arrest and subject to harassment and isolation.
Second letter to Tunisian Authorities regarding the continued travel ban and governmental interference in the professional activities of the human rights activists Moncef Marzouki and confiscation of his passport without explanation. (See 22/12/1994)
Letter to Tunisian Authorities expressing concern over the decision to prevent Dr. Moncef Marzouki from attending the Human Rights Watch Award Ceremony in New York where he was to be awarded for his outstanding contributions to human rights as well as being under close governmental surveillance since his release from detention.
Letter to Tunisian Authorities expressing concern over the imprisonment of Moncef Marzouki on the charge of spreading false information liable to disturb public order and insult authorities despite Marzouki denying making these claims.
Letter to Tunisian President regarding the prolonged incommunicado detention of Tawfik Raji, Professor at the Sorbonne while on a visit to Tunisia possibly for political motives in contravention of Tunisian Law and International Law.
Second letter to Tunisian authorities regarding the imprisonment of Prof. Moncef ben Salem of the University of Sfax and his deteriorating health due to the harsh prison conditions leading to his hospitalization in April.