Saudi Arabia: Counter-terror law continues to provide legal cover to silence dissent a year on
On its first anniversary, the Law for the Crimes of Terrorism and its Financing has provided a legal cover for the Saudi Arabian authorities to abuse the country’s justice system and silence peaceful dissent, said Amnesty International.
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