South Korea: Update on National Security Law arrests and ill-treatment: the need for human rights reform
AI continues to document human rights violations in South Korea which reinforce recommendations that the National Security Law should be amended and that better safeguards should be introduced to protect detainees from torture and ill-treatment. They also highlight the need for an effective and independent machinery to investigate all reports of human rights violations.
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