Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Human rights suffer as Libya stalls on reform

Amnesty International

"Human rights are suffering in Libya as it continues to stall on reform, Amnesty International has warned in a new report, despite the country's efforts to play a greater international role.

'Libya of Tomorrow': What Hope for Human Rights? documents floggings used as punishment for adultery, indefinite detentions and abuses of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers as well as the legacy of unresolved cases of enforced disappearances of dissidents. Meanwhile, the security forces remain immune from the consequences of their actions...."

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