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The rights to freedom of expression, peaceful assembly and association continued to be unduly restricted. Prosecution of members of the security forces for unlawful killings, and torture and other ill-treatment during mass protests in January 2022 continued, but often resulted in sentences not commensurate with the gravity of the offence. Police regularly disrupted or prevented peaceful political street protests. Practising religion outside registered religious organizations remained banned. Widespread violence against women and girls continued. Climate action policies remained inadequate.

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