Locking up my rights: Arbitrary arrest, detention and treatment of detainees in Mozambique



Publisher:
Amnesty International
Publication Date:
22 November 2012
Tags:
Mozambique, Legal and Judicial Affairs, Human Rights

Poor people are particularly at risk of being locked up for months, sometimes years, in squalid cells without having committed a crime, reports Amnesty International.



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