The EMDS recorded 474 human rights violations in the third quarter of 2019 based on 357 facts collected in the country as a result of monitoring human rights cases and investigating citizens’ complaints.
This figure is higher than in the previous quarters. A tendency for each quarter to increase compared to the previous one has been recorded this quarter too.
For comparison, there were 428 offenses in the first quarter of 2019 and 437 in the second quarter. In particular, there has been a greater increase in the number of violations related to a fair trial, the right to association, and social rights.
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