Tunis, March 14: Libya and Tunisia have said that they will activate judicial agreements and exchange experience and expertise in legal . . .[restrict]and human rights matters. This announcement followed a meeting in the Tunisian capital between the Tunisian Minister of Justice, Noureddine Bhiri, and the the president of Libya’s National Council for Civil Liberties and Human Rights Mohamed Allagi on Tuesday.
During the meeting the two sides stressed the importance of judicial cooperation given the historical ties between the two countries. Both highlighted their aspirations to build a state of law and justice as a condition for achieving a complete transformation following the revolutions in both countries. [/restrict]