Amnesty International's delegation
has documented many cases of abuse including killings following excessive use of force, arbitrary arrests of
demonstrators by security forces and indiscriminate, unnecessary
use of tear gas.
An Amnesty International delegation in Honduras monitoring the human rights situation around the presidential elections, has seen evidence suggesting an increased risk of excessive force by security forces.
Amnesty International has urged the Guyanese authorities to charge police officers involved in the torture and ill-treatment of three individuals who were detained in relation to a murder investigation.