Thailand

Informe 2012: Para la tiranía y la injusticia, las cosas han cambiado - 24 May 2012

Headline Title:  Informe 2012: Para la tiranía y la injusticia, las cosas han cambiado Es necesario un tratado sobre el comercio de armas sólido, dado que el Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU parece cada vez menos adecuado para su función  Amnistía Internacional publica hoy su informe anual, que documenta la situación de los derechos humanos en el mundo. Media Node:  Dera'a bread protest_es VIDEO: AIR2012 video news release_es Twitter Tag:  AIR2012 Story Location:  Reino Unido 51° 31' 5.1996" N, 0° 2' 23.37" W See map: Google Maps “El fracaso del liderazgo se ha convertido en una cuestión global durante el último año, en el que los políticos han respondido a las protestas con brutalidad o indiferencia. Los gobiernos deben demostrar un liderazgo legítimo y rechazar la injusticia protegiendo a quienes no tienen poder y poniendo límites a los poderosos.” Source:  Salil Shetty, secretario general de Amnistía Internacional Date:  Thu, 24/05/2012 URL:  Informe 2012 de Amnistía Internacional Description:  Ver el informe completo URL:  Datos y cifras Description:  Infografía

Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and injustice - 24 May 2012

Headline Title:  Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and injustice Strong Arms Trade Treaty needed as UN Security Council looks unfit for purpose Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights. Media Node:  Dera'a bread protest VIDEO: AIR2012 video news release (A-roll) Twitter Tag:  AIR2012 Story Location:  Reino Unido 51° 31' 5.1996" N, 0° 2' 23.37" W See map: Google Maps “Failed leadership has gone global in the last year, with politicians responding to protests with brutality or indifference. Governments must show legitimate leadership and reject injustice by protecting the powerless and restraining the powerful. ” Source:  Salil Shetty, Amnesty International Secretary General Date:  Thu, 24/05/2012 URL:  Amnesty International Report 2012 Description:  View the entire report URL:  Facts and figures Description:  Infographic
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Contexte

Les élections législatives de juillet se sont soldées par la victoire du Puea Thai (Parti pour les Thaï


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خلفية

أسفرت الانتخابات العامة، في يوليو/تموز، عن فوز ينغلوك شيناواترا، شقيقة رئيس الوزراء المخلوع ثاكسين شيناواتر


Thaïlande. L'amnistie proposée doit être conforme aux obligations internationales du pays

L'amnistie qui pourrait être accordée pour des infractions commises depuis le début de la crise politique actuelle en Thaïlande ne doit pas se traduire par une impunité pour de graves violations des droits humains, a déclaré Amnesty International. L'amnistie qui pourrait être accordée pour des infractions commises depuis le début de la crise politique actuelle en Thaïlande ne doit pas se traduire par une impunité pour de graves violations de

Thailand: Proposed amnesty should be in line with international obligations - 5 April 2012

Headline Title:  Thai amnesty law must meet international obligations Any amnesty for offenses committed since the start of Thailand’s ongoing political crisis must not grant impunity for grave human rights violations, Amnesty International said. Thailand is considering an amnesty law which could grant impunity for grave human rights violations. Media Node:  thailand parliament Story Location:  Royaume-Uni 12° 19' 58.2528" N, 99° 34' 48.2808" E See map: Google Maps “Accountability must prevail over amnesty where violence has occurred, and prisoners of conscience should be set free” Source:  Benjamin Zawacki, Amnesty International’s Thailand researcher

Thailand: Proposed amnesty should be in line with Thailand’s international obligations

Any amnesty for offenses committed since the start of Thailand’s ongoing political crisis must not grant impunity for grave human rights violations, Amnesty International said. Any amnesty for offenses committed since the start of Thailand’s ongoing political crisis must not grant impunity for grave human rights violations, Amnesty International said.

Thailand gives ‘repressive’ 20-year sentence for text messages - 23 November 2011

Headline Title:  Thailand: ‘Repressive’ 20-year sentence for text messages A 20-year prison sentence for sending four text messages deemed offensive to the Queen of Thailand is a blow to freedom of expression, Amnesty International said today. Amphon Tangnoppaku, 61, was sentenced for sending four text messages deemed offensive to the Queen of Thailand Media Node:  Thai Queen

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