Moldova: Police torture and other ill-treatment: It’s still ‘just normal’ in Moldova
Hundreds of people in Moldova were detained by police following demonstrations against the Parliamentary election results in April 2009. Many reported that they were ill-treated while in detention. These events highlighted many of Amnesty International's concerns with regard to torture and ill-treatment in police detention and exposed underlying systemic problems. The new Moldovan government needs to address systemic failures, and to commit to eliminating torture and ill-treatment in police detention.
Choose a language to view report
- EU RESPONSIBLE MINERAL SOURCING REGULATION: CIVIL SOCIETY RESPONSE TO THE COUNCIL MANDATE AGREED BY COREPER ON 17 DECEMBER 2015
- Democratic Republic of Congo: Company Responses to the Report: "This is what we die for": human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo power the global trade in cobalt
- Democratic Republic of Congo: Prisoner of Conscience moved to military prison: Vano Kiboko