Rights group: Uzbekistan denies basic legal rights ... being true to their written word
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Rights group: Uzbekistan denies basic legal rights ... being true to their written word

Tashkent : Uzbekistan | Dec 13, 2011 at 8:19 AM PST
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When I read such an article ... I am only sickened by the fact that the governing staffs in Uzbekistan who are denying the people their basic legal rights .. are actually being true to the written constitution ...

These governing staffs have no law as to respect the rights of the people ...

The constitution itself must be changed for the best benefit of the mainstream people ...

As I've mentioned before ... the very first Bill of Rights amending the constitution plainly says that this governing constitution staff will at no time … make a law as to respect any establishment of the mainstream people’s religion .. even though they would allow free exercise for the people to do so ...

And at the same time, under the same breath of their write stating they will not make a law restraining themselves .... they further plainly indicate that the governing constitution staff will not respect the mainstream people's freedom of speech …

Nor make no law for them to respect the added on of the bill of rights‘ freedom of press …

Nor make no law for them to respect the added on of the bill of rights‘ freedom of the people to peaceably assemble …

Nor make no law for them to respect the adding on of the bill of rights‘ to petition (appeal to a higher authority) of the Government for a redress (compensation) of grievances.

They are proving themselves true to their written word ... things must change for the better of the people ...

Rights group: Uzbekistan denies basic legal rights

HERE PETER LEONARD, Associated Press Updated 02:52 a.m., Tuesday, December 13, 2011

ALMATY — Uzbekistan has failed to provide its citizens with basic legal rights despite some reforms in recent years, an international human rights group said Tuesday.

New York-based Human Rights Watch said in a report that torture remains pervasive in the former Soviet Central Asian nation and that independent legal professionals and rights activists have been hindered in their work.

The United States, which relies on Uzbekistan as a major supply route for its troops in neighboring Afghanistan, has applied some pressure over rights issues, but activists say little has been done. Full article HERE

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