Freedom of Expression and Association in the Kurdish Regions
Human Rights Watch, 2009 - 41 Seiten
"Human Rights Watch calls on the Iranian government to amend or abolish its security laws, press laws, and other legislation that allow the government to suppress rights to peaceful expression and association. Human Rights Watch also urges the Iranian government to respect its international obligations, as well as Iran's constitution, in granting and respecting the social, cultural, and religious rights of the country's Kurdish minority"--Cover, p. .
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