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Slovak Republic: Further information on prisoner of ...
25 February 1997

Martin Bednar, a conscientious objector, was imprisoned in Presov prison on 24 February 1997 to serve a one year sentence for having refused to carry ...

Report       EUR 72/006/1997

Slovak Republic: Possible prisoner of conscience: Emanuel ...
27 January 1997

Amnesty International is concerned that 20-year-old Emanuel Munko, a conscientious objector from Trnava, has been sentenced to 14 months' ...

Report       EUR 72/003/1997

Slovak Republic: Prisoner of conscience: Martin Badin
3 January 1997

Amnesty International is concerned that Martin Badin has been imprisoned for one year for having refused on grounds of conscience to carry out military ...

Report       EUR 72/001/1997

Slovak Republic: Amnesty International urges members of the ...
21 October 1996

News Service 191/96. AI INDEX: EUR 72/03/96. 22 OCTOBER 1996. SLOVAK REPUBLIC: AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL ...

Press Release       EUR 72/003/1996

Slovak Republic: Possible prisoner of conscience: Milos ...
14 October 1996

On 26 August 1993, Milos Lipinsky received his call-up papers from the District Military Administration ordering him to start military service on 5 October ...

Report       EUR 72/002/1996

Human rights are women's right: an Amnesty International ...
1 March 1995

Universal and indivisible / women and war / fighting for justice / women at risk / campaigning for women's human rights.

Report       ACT 77/002/1995

Amnesty International News Service 23/94
3 February 1994

1. Slovak Republic: Amnesty International concerned about violations of freedom of speech.

Report       NWS 11/023/1994

Amnesty International News Service 116/93
13 September 1993

1. Slovak Republic: Prime Minister's racist remarks about Roma people are irresponsible, says Amnesty International.

Report       NWS 11/116/1993