Tunisian Former Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali’s speech in Montreal on Saturday was disrupted by two topless women from activist group Femen.
During an event organized by the Tunisian community in Montreal, Jebali couldn’t continue with his speech as one Femen activist went on stage and took off her t-shirt.
The woman, who held a banner, kept on shouting “Free Amina.”
The audience, who were already at shock, also saw another woman, taking off her top to show solidarity to Amina Sboui.
Sboui was a Femen activist who was detained earlier this month after protesting against the country’s main Salafist group and painting the word “Femen” on a wall near a cemetery in the city of Kairouan.
Three European Femen activists have been arrested after baring their breasts in Tunis and they will be tried next week for public indecency, which carries a possible prison sentence.
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