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Legal Experts: Cambodia Judicial Laws of 'Deep Concern'
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Legal Experts Cambodia Judicial Laws of Deep Concern

U.N. Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers, Gabriela Knaul, speaking in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 15, 2014. Big News Network, 1 month ago

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UN experts condemn wave of arrest, sentencing of activists in Iran

New York, Aug 9 (IBNS) A group of independent United Nations human rights experts on Friday voiced grave concern over the escalating trend of arresting and sentencing people exercising their rights of freedom of expression and opinion, peaceful assembly and ...
 Sify1 week ago UN: Condemn Wave of Arrest, Sentencing of Activists in Iran  Scoop2 weeks ago UN deplores detention of rights defenders in Swaziland  Sify2 months ago
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Police did not beat them enough, says Majlis majority leader Ahmed Nihan

Ruling Progressive Party Maldives (PPM) parliamentary group leader Ahmed Nihan has defended police brutality during a People's Majlis debate, and accused opposition of MPs putting up an act using tomato sauce to pretend police beat them up. ...
 Minivan News1 week ago

UNITED NATIONS RIGHTS EXPERTS CONDEMN THE RECENT WAVE OF ARREST AND SENTENCING OF CIVIL SOCIETY ACTORS IN IRAN

UNITED NATIONS RIGHTS EXPERTS CONDEMN THE RECENT WAVE OF ARREST AND SENTENCING OF CIVIL SOCIETY ACTORS IN IRAN 8 August 2014 GENEVA (8 August 2014) United Nations human rights experts today expressed grave concern over the recent escalating trend ...
 United Nations Office at Geneva2 weeks ago Iran: UN rights experts condemn the recent wave of arrest and sentencing of civil society actors  PressReleasePoint1 week ago

JSC demotes High Court Chief Judge Shareef to Juvenile Court

The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has transferred High Court Chief Judge Ahmed Shareef to the Juvenile Court as a disciplinary measure more than one year and two months after he was indefinitely suspended . The judicial watchdog revealed in a ...
 Minivan News2 weeks ago JSC clears Criminal Court Judge Abdul Bari Yousuf of ethical misconduct  Minivan News3 weeks ago JSC denies reports of ethical misconduct case against new prosecutor general  Minivan News1 month ago JSC decision on Judge Ali Hameed's sex tape scandal an insult to Islam  Minivan News1 month ago

Five police brutality cases from February 2012 ongoing at court, AG tells Majlis

Five cases involving four police officers accused of acts of brutality in February 2012 are ongoing at the Criminal Court, Attorney General Mohamed Anil informed parliament today. At minister's question time, opposition Maldivian Democratic Party ...
 Minivan News2 weeks ago
International Bar Association

Welcome to IBAHRI news July 2014

Cambodia: IBAHRI expresses deep concern over judicial reform laws The IBAHRI has expressed deep concern over controversial judicial reforms which could provide an excessive transfer of power from the judiciary to the executive in ...
 International Bar Association3 weeks ago Press conference - Cambodia's judicial reform laws, 15 July 2014  International Bar Association1 month ago Cambodia's controversial judicial reform laws  Lexology1 month ago New laws will undermine Cambodia's judiciary, say critics  ABC Radio Australia1 month ago
Manila Standard Today

US calls attention to media killings 12 hours ago

UNITED States Ambassador Philip Goldberg on Thursday added his voice to international calls for more concern for extrajudicial and media killing in the Philippines following similar calls from the United Nations last month. Goldberg Goldberg met ...
 Manila Standard Today3 weeks ago
International Bar Association

Human rights news from the IBA - August/September 2014

New Cambodian laws a setback for shaky court system Abby Seiff Cambodia's notoriously weak judicial system is likely to be set back even further when three laws enshrining executive control pass in late July. Known as the three ...
 International Bar Association3 weeks ago New Cambodian laws a setback for shaky court system  International Bar Association1 month ago

Outraged, UN experts urge Egypt to overturn largest confirmed mass death verdict

30 June 2014 The credibility and integrity of the Egyptian justice system has become deeply compromised, a group of United Nations human rights experts today said, urging the Government to impose a moratorium on the death penalty and to offer new ...
 United Nations1 month ago Outraged UN experts urge Egypt: overturn mass death verdict  Scoop1 month ago Justice: Experts urge Egypt to overturn largest confirmed mass death verdict  Afrique En Ligne1 month ago Outraged', UN experts urge Egypt to overturn largest confirmed mass death verdict  Mbendi1 month ago
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