Romania: Continuing violations of human rights

Romania: Continuing violations of human rights

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Index Number: EUR 39/007/1993
Date Published: 30 April 1993
Categories: Europe And Central Asia, Romania

This report documents Amnesty International's current concerns, and cites the following cases as examples: The torture and ill-treatment of ethnic minorities: the case of the Roma community in Piata Rahova, Bucharest, in July 1992; the alleged torture and ill-treatment of detainees: the cases of Stefan Tasnadi, an ethnic Hungarian, and Mihai and Petrica Poteras; ill- treatment of homosexuals or those suspected of being homosexual: the cases of Doru Marian Beldie, Marcel Brosca, and Ienel S.; Article 200 of the Penal Code which allows for the imprisonment of homosexuals: the case of Milorad Mutascu and Mirel Ciprian Cucu; fair trial concern: the case of Viorel Baciu; restrictions on freedom of speech: the cases of Sorin Titei and Mihaela Nicolae.


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