Uzbekistan: Briefing for parliamentarians attending the 5th meeting of the EU - Uzbekistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee on 10 and 11 March 2004
The Uzbek authorities have continued to flout their international and national obligations on human rights, failing to adequately address an appalling human rights situation which has included official repression of dissent in civil, religious and political life. This briefing concentrates on Amnesty International's current focus area - the death penalty and human rights violations surrounding its application.
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