Sudan: Crackdown on Political Opposition
Respect Rights of Detainees, Reform Security Laws
(Juba, February 26, 2013) – Sudanese authorities should charge or release six members of opposition parties who have been detained in poor conditions by Sudanese security, most of them for weeks, without access to lawyers or adequate medical care, Human Rights Watch said today.
The six are members of parties that participated in negotiations with rebel groups in January over an agreement endorsing (...)
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