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Mongolia announced a moratorium on executions in January. Now it is time for the country to take the necessary steps to abolish the death penalty in ...
Amnesty International welcomes the announcement made by the government of Mongolia today declaring an official moratorium on executions in the ...
Amnesty International has welcomed President Tsakhia Elbegdorj's move as an important development toward full abolition of the death penalty.
The Government of Mongolia has failed to effectively respond to human rights abusesthat took place during the July 2008 riot in Sukhbaatar Square, ...
The Government of Mongolia has failed to effectively respond to humanrights abuses that took place during the July 2008 riot in Ulaanbaatar.
On 1 July 2008, thousands of people protested at Sukhbaatar Square, Ulaannbaatar, amid allegations of widespread election fraud. The riot was ...
Report ASA 30/003/2009
for activists and international members december 2009 / january 2010 volume 39 issue 006 migrants a new destination. ...
Newsletter NWS 21/006/2009
Mongolian prisonerBuuveibaatar has had his death sentence commuted after being granted apardon by the country's President, Ts. Elbegdorj.
Buuveibaatar, a 33-year old Mongolian man sentenced to death for murder, has been granted a pardon by the Mongolian President.
Urgent Action ASA 30/004/2009
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