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Montenegro

The government's response to COVID-19 violated rights to freedom of movement, peaceful assembly, non-discrimination and privacy. Impunity for war crimes, torture and other ill-treatment, and attacks on journalists persisted.
Europe and Central Asia Armed Conflict

Montenegro: Failure to Implement International Law: Amnesty International Submission for the UN Universal Periodic Review – 29th Session of the UPR Working Group, January 2018

This submission was prepared for the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Montenegro in January 2018. Amnesty International is concerned about inadequate implementation of treaty obligations, such as failing to include a definition of torture in national law in line with the Convention against...
Europe and Central Asia Protests and Demonstrations

Montenegro: Police must cooperate with criminal investigations into use of excessive force and ill-treatment of protestors

Amnesty International is calling on the Minister of Interior to ensure that law enforcement officers, including police commanders and the Anti-Terrorist Unit, fully cooperate with criminal investigations into allegations of ill-treatment and the excessive use of force during public demonstrations...