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The government response to COVID-19 raised human rights concerns, including in relation to the right to health and freedoms of expression, peaceful assembly and movement. No progress was made in addressing systemic torture and other ill-treatment. A new NGO law passed following civil society input....
Moldova Censorship and Freedom of Expression

Moldova (Self-proclaimed Dnestr Moldavian Republic): Further information on possible prisoner of conscience/ health concern/ legal concern: Valentin Besleag (m)

Valentin Besleag was released from police detention on 17 June. He was reportedly not beaten in detention, but was held in an overcrowded cell with bad ventilation, where the other detainees all smoked. He is currently receiving medical treatment for pneumonia and breathing difficulties.
Moldova Censorship and Freedom of Expression

Moldova (Self-proclaimed Dnestr Moldavian Republic): Possible prisoner of conscience/ health concern/ legal concern: Valentin Besleag (m)

Valentin Besleag, aged 59, from Corjova village in the Dubasari region of the self-proclaimed Dnestr Moldavian Republic (DMR), has been detained at the police station in Dubasari since 2 June. He and his family have not been informed of the reasons for his arrest; nor have they been allowed to see...