Turkmenistan: "Measures of persuasion": recent concerns about possible prisoners of conscience and ill-treatment of political opponents
This report features the cases of four possible prisoners of conscience, some 20 people detained following an anti-government protest and two political activists in psychiatric hospital. It mentions cases of ill-treatment by police and suspected government agents. It also outlines AI's concerns about the continued use of the judicial death penalty and poor prison conditions.
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