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Posts Tagged ‘Asian Human Rights Commission’ (42 found)

Burma: Urge Prosecution of Policeman for Alleged Killing

The Asian Human Rights Commission has received information from sources in Burma about an alleged assault by a police officer resulting in the death of a young man. According to the information so far received, Ko Naing Win died of head injuries near his house […]

October 6, 2011  •  By Asian Human Rights Commission  •  Tags: ,  •  Read more ➤

Elections Without A Judiciary

One of the basic prerequisites of a fair election is that agencies exist which are responsible for settling disputes that arise before, during and afterwards. These disputes take many forms, and are a normal part of electoral politics. It is essential that well-prepared institutions can address these disputes within rules that are clearly set down and understood in advance, and can resolve disputes over the rules themselves […]

April 9, 2010  •  By Asian Human Rights Commission  •  Tags: ,  •  Read more ➤