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South Korea: Cold War Relic Law Criminalizes Criticism

Email The South Korean government should immediately stop using its outdated National Security Law to suppress freedom of speech and freedom of association, Human Rights Watch said today. The government should release those imprisoned under the law, drop charges against others accused under the law, and launch an inclusive process to review the law with the aim of revoking or revising provisions that violate international human rights standards. (New York) – The South Korean government should immediately stop using its outdated National Security Law to suppress freedom of speech and freedom…

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