South Korea: National Security Law continues to restrict freedom of expression

Index Number: ASA 25/001/2015

Amnesty International urges the South Korea government to curb the mounting restrictions on freedom of expression through the excessive use of the National Security Law (NSL). Recently, South Korea broadened the application of the NSL to new categories and additional groups of individuals, such as politicians and even serving parliamentarians, and now foreign nationals.

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