Bulgaria: Legal framework and practice on hate crimes fall short of international human rights standards and situation of refugees and asylum-seekers remains inadequate. Human Rights Council adopts Universal Periodic Review outcome on Bulgaria
Amnesty International is concerned that Bulgaria’s legal framework and practice concerning hate crimes fall short of international human rights standards. The government’s past commitments to prevent, address and remedy such crimes have not resulted in the adoption of adequate measures to tackle the issue.
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