Burundi: Clampdown on freedom of expression continues
Amnesty International welcomes the Commission of Inquiry’s second oral update. The enjoyment of the right to freedom of expression in Burundi was under threat before the start of the crisis in 2015, but recent events highlight that there is now a complete lack of space for criticism of or opposition to the government and its views.
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