Central Asia: Summary of Human Rights Concerns. January 2006 - March 2007 [WITH AMENDMENT]
Amnesty International is concerned that despite professed efforts by the governments in Central Asia to fulfil their human rights obligations and actual efforts by some states to remedy the worst abuses, grave human rights violations routinely continue to be committed with virtual impunity. This summary highlights some of the organization's most pressing human rights concerns in the various republics in Central Asia.
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