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Investigate Attacks on Marchers

(Berlin) – Kyrgyzstan police held about 70 activists, most of them women, for hours on March 8, 2020 without telling them the grounds for their detention or providing access to lawyers, Human Rights Watch said today. The activists had themselves…
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Prosecutors Refuse to Investigate Torture Despite Overwhelming Evidence

(New York) - Kyrgyz authorities' refusal to investigate torture allegations in a case to be reviewed by the Supreme Court on March 29, 2011,  constitutes a serious violation of both Kyrgyz and international law, Human Rights Watch said today. Farrukh…
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September 23, 2008       President Kurmanbek Bakiev   Dom Pravitelstva   Bishkek 720003   Kyrgyz Republic       Dear President Bakiev:     I am writing to express our concerns about a noticeable downgrading of women's rights by the Kyrgyz authorities and…
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Reconciled to Violence State Failure to Stop Domestic Abuse and Abduction of Women in Kyrgyzstan Introduction to the Report Summary Methodology Background.. Political and economic development in…
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Despite Progressive Laws, Violence Against Women Goes Unpunished

Kyrgyzstan’s government is allowing domestic violence and the abduction of women for forced marriage to continue with impunity, Human Rights Watch said today in its first report on human rights violations in this Central Asian country. “Police in…
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(Washington, DC) - Under President Bush's November 13th Military Order on military commissions, any foreign national designated by the President as a suspected terrorist or as aiding terrorists could potentially be detained, tried, convicted and even…