Life in Rural Kyrgyzstan
Kazakhstan|life|March 3, 2014 / 09:14 AM
Most significant human rights problems in Kazakhstan were severe limits on citizens’ rights to change their Government - U.S. Department of State

AKIPRESS.COM - The most significant human rights problems in Kazakhstan were severe limits on citizens’ rights to change their government; restrictions on freedom of speech, press, assembly, religion, and association; and lack of an independent judiciary and due process, especially in dealing with pervasive corruption and abuses by law enforcement and judicial officials, said in the Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2013 conducted by the U...

To Read the Full Story

All rights reserved

© AKIpress News Agency - 2001-2019.

Republication of any material is prohibited without a written agreement with AKIpress News Agency.

Any citation must be accompanied by a hyperlink to akipress.com.

Our address:

189 Moskovskaya st., Bishkek, the Kyrgyz Republic

e-mail: english@akipress.org, akipressenglish@gmail.com;

Tel/Fax: +996(312)65-03-06

Follow us: