European Parliament on freedom speech in Kazakhstan, Giulio Regeni and DRC

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Some protesters hold a banner reading 'The truth for Giulio Regeni', during a protest in front of Egyptian embassy in Rome, Italy, 25 February 2016.

European Parliament on freedom speech in Kazakhstan, Giulio Regeni and DRC


In three resolutions voted on March 10, the European Parliament condemned the deteriorating climate for the media and free speech in Kazakhstan, as well as the torture and assassination under suspicious circumstances of EU citizen Giulio Regeni in Egypt, and the worsening security and human rights situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

According to a European Parliament press release, MEPs are deeply concerned about the climate for the media and free speech in Kazakhstan, where st...


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