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In this statement, Amnesty International focuses on the status of the death penalty in Africa and progress towards its abolition. Among the 53 State Parties ...
Document IOR 63/005/2011
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT AI Index: AFR 59/015/2011 23 September 2011 Court's decision a setback for accountability ...
Public Statement AFR 59/015/2011
Former LRA commander Thomas Kwoyelo, charged with 53 counts of murder, has been granted amnesty by a Ugandan court.
The release of Al-Amin Kimathi, held for a year in connection with a bomb attack during the 2010 World Cup final, is long overdue.
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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: AFR 59/012/2011. 16 May 2011. Uganda: Investigate Use of Force against Protestors. ...
Public Statement AFR 59/012/2011
Ugandan MPs had been set to debate the bill today, which could allow the death penalty for homosexual acts in some cases.
The Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Bill has not been passed. Parliament completed its business on 13 May 2011 without discussing the bill.
Urgent Action AFR 59/011/2011
The bill, which would introduce the death penalty for some homosexual acts, is set to be debated and voted on this Friday.
The Ugandan Parliament are preparing to debate a bill which entrenches discrimination and hatred against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender ...