Kazakhstan fails to register the LBQ initiative "Feminita"
Feminita, a lesbian, bisexual and queer women’s initiative has been continuously denied registration by the Ministry of Justice on absurd and arbitrary grounds. In a decision published on 31 May the Medeusky District Court in Almaty backed the Ministry of Justice in its repeated discontinuation of the registration of Feminita. The court decision confirms that Kazakhstan is failing in its obligation to guarantee its citizens the right to Freedom of Association.
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