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Sudan: Statement to the 15th Session of the Human Rights Council

, Índice: AFR 54/030/2010

The practice of human rights violations including arbitrary arrests, torture and other forms of ill-treatment remains widespread in Sudan. Human rights defenders, political dissidents, students and journalists are arbitrarily arrested and often detained without charges. Human rights violations carried out by the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS), whose members benefit from immunity from prosecution for all crimes committed in the course of their work, have created a climate of fear in Sudan.

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