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The Inter-American Court of Human Rights condemned the state’s use of torture. There were reports of illegal use of force, arbitrary detentions, and criminalization of social protest after the general elections. Indigenous and peasant communities were affected by forced evictions and exposure to toxic substances. The judiciary rejected the name recognition claims of six transgender people. Sexual abuse of children and adolescents and forced pregnancies of girls remained a great concern, as did violence against women.

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