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Criminal convictions against peaceful protesters were upheld. Authorities restricted the right to peaceful assembly of LGBTI people. Arbitrary detention was common and concerns about confessions obtained under duress persisted. The authorities failed to protect herder communities from environmental degradation caused by mining operations.

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