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Bangladesh: Repeal Abusive Law Used in Crackdown on Critics

Click to expand Image Journalist Shafiqul Islam Kajol was arrested on May 3, 2020, after being forcibly disappeared for 53 days. © 2020 @whereiskajol campaign (New York) – Bangladesh authorities are using the abusive Digital Security Act to harass and indefinitely detain activists, journalists, and others critical of the government and its political leadership, Human Rights Watch said today. The administration of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed should immediately take steps to amend or repeal the law to protect freedom of speech. “Bangladesh authorities are flouting the rule of law,…

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