Angola: Punishing dissent: Suppression of freedom of association and assembly in Angola
This report highlights the violations of the right to peaceful demonstration as well as other human rights violations that have occurred in the context of peaceful demonstrations in Angola since March 2011. It calls on the Angolan authorities to refrain from arbitrarily preventing peaceful demonstrations and to take steps to ensure individuals in Angola are able to enjoy the right to peacefully demonstrate without fear of their human rights being violated by the state or abused by third parties.
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