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The rights to freedom of association and expression were violated. Torture and other ill-treatment remained unaddressed, and impunity prevailed for past violations. The right to privacy was compromised by a new law on the security service and its activities. Discrimination against LGBTI people remained commonplace. Authorities introduced a new immigration regime under which refugees risked losing access to critical goods and services. Moldova adopted a climate change adaptation programme. In the breakaway Transdniestria region, the killing of an opposition leader remained unsolved.

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