Orta Doğu ve Kuzey Afrika'daki ayaklanmalardan on yıl sonra, geçiş süreci belirsizliğini korumaktadır ve bölgedeki geçiş ülkeleri insan hakları uygulamalarının iyileştirilmesi konusunda birçok zorlukla karşı karşıya bulunmaktadır. Bu makale, Orta Doğu ve Kuzey Afrika Bölgesindeki 2011 ayaklanmalarından sonra insan haklarının gelişimine bakacak ve insan haklarının iyileştirilmesi vaadini taşıyan geçiş sürecinin neden başarısız olduğu sorusuna cevap vermeye çalışacaktır. 2011 ayaklanmalarından sonra Mısır ve Tunus'taki anayasa yapım sürecine, geçiş dönemi adaletine ve farklı ideolojik ve siyasi aktörler arasındaki kutuplaşmaya odaklanan bu makale, geçiş sürecinde Mısır ve Tunus'taki kurumsal çerçeve ve aktörlerin süreklilik ve değişimlerinin, insan haklarının korunmasına yönelik etkisini inceleyecektir.
A decade after the uprisings in the MENA region, the outcomes of the transitions from authoritarian systems are obscure and transitional countries are facing many challenges in the matter of the improvement of human rights practices in the region. This article looks at the transformation in the field of human rights after those 2011 uprisings and addresses the question of why the transitional process in the MENA region, which held the promise of the advancement of human rights, failed to improve human rights practices. It explores the impact of continuity and change in institutional frameworks and actors in Egypt and Tunisia on the protection of human rights during the transitional process, focusing mainly on constitution-making processes, transitional justice, and polarisation among various political actors with different ideological and political backgrounds.
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