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Security forces continued to use unnecessary and excessive force to disperse and detain protesters, resulting in four deaths. Authorities banned TikTok and carried out arrests to limit freedom of expression. The government failed to deliver justice, truth and reparations to victims of the 1996-2006 conflict. Torture and other ill-treatment by security forces was reported and authorities failed to carry out credible and independent investigations into deaths in custody. Gender-based discrimination continued in law and practice. The marriage of an LGBTI couple was registered for the first time. Migrant workers were subjected to abusive and illegal recruitment practices.

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