Peru: Trade unionists unfairly imprisoned
Trade unionists Pedro Condori Laurente and Claudio Boza Huanhayo have been in prison since 9 and 23 September 2009 respectively, on an unfounded charge of murder. Amnesty International believes they are in prison solely because they are defending human rights.
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