Republic of Korea: Prisoners of Conscience: Silenced for speaking out.
This report describes illustrative cases of political activists who have been imprisoned under the National Security Law (NSL) in the Republic of Korea (South Korea hereafter). They represent five of the 39 people who are currently imprisoned under the National Security Law in South Korea.
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