Algeria: Stop summarily expelling migrants, criminalizing exercise of rights to free speech, assembly, association and religion
Algerian authorities must stop summarily deporting migrants and arbitrarily restricting the rights to freedom of expression, peaceful assembly, association and religion, Amnesty International said today. The UN Human Rights Committee, which monitors state parties’ compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), is scheduled to review Algeria’s record on 4 July.
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