Saudi Arabia: Behind closed doors: Unfair trials in Saudi Arabia
This report highlights the fact that both internally and internationally, the inhabitants of Saudi Arabia remain denied the most basic human rights while the government spares no effort to conceal its appalling human rights records from public scrutiny. Disregard of the individual's right to fair trial has been a key factor in making Saudi Arabia a fertile ground for gross human rights violation.
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