Mozambique Accused of Jailing Thousands Illegally
The rights group Amnesty International has published an extensive study saying that people from poor social groups are at risk of being locked up for months, sometimes years, in squalid, overcrowded cells without having committed a crime.
AI London, 22 November 2012
Thousands of people are being held in Mozambique's prisons despite not having been found guilty of a crime, Amnesty International said in a report released today, which exposes how… Read more »
A Mozambican prison.
- Amnesty International
- Publication Date:
- 22 November 2012
Poor people are particularly at risk of being locked up for months, sometimes years, in squalid cells without having committed a crime, reports ... see more »