“THERE WAS NO POSITIVE TREND IN HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION IN 2017: HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS”
December 11, 12:30

According to human rights defenders, no progress has been made in human rights violations in 2017. According to them, small successes in the practice of law enforcement are not enough to indicate that the authorities have responded positively.

“The police have not yet been able to perceive that the forms that the police are dealing with are not only human rights violations but also a slap to the state.”

Human rights defenders say no progress has been made in the field of human rights in 2017. According to them, small successe achieved in the practice of law enforcement is not enough to indicate that the authorities have responded positively.

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