Romania: Conscientious objectors face imprisonment
Amnesty International is concerned about the sentencing of 29 conscientious objectors who have been convicted for failing to report for military service. Should they be imprisoned as a result of their refusal, on grounds of conscience, to carry out military service, AI would consider them to be prisoners of conscience and would call for their immediate and unconditional release.
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