Armenia: Fear of the freedom of conscience and religion: violations of the rights of Jehovah's Witnesses
Amnesty International is concerned that Jehovah’s Witnesses continue to be victims of human rights violations in Armenia, despite the country’s obligations under international human rights law to respect and protect the right to freedom of conscience and religion. Jehovah’s Witnesses in Armenia also face violations of the rights to liberty and security of the person; to not be discriminated against and to legal remedy. This report lays out Amnesty International’s concerns relating to Jehovah’s Witnesses in Armenia.
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