Guinea

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The rights to freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly were violated. Members of civil society who expressed criticism over the political transitional period were arbitrarily arrested and detained. Protesters were killed during protests by members of the defence and security forces. The trial about the 28 September 2009 massacre opened, 13 years after the events. Victims of sexual violence continued to be denied appropriate medical and psychological care and faced obstacles to justice.

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Abolitionist for all crimes

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