Monthly Archives: March 2013

Ist die Japanische Justiz auf einem Auge blind?

____________________________ Ist die Japanische Justiz auf einem Auge blind? ____________________________   Wien/Tokio 17.03.2013 Menschenrechtsorganisationen und NGOs sind empört über die Nachlässigkeit der japanischen Behörden bezüglich der Strafverfolgung von schweren Vergehen – Gewaltanwendung und Entführung von Gläubigen, wobei 80% der Opfer Frauen … Continue reading

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JAPAN: Severe Human Rights Abuses – Open Letter to the Prime Minister

____________________________ JAPAN: Open letter from human rights organizations and NGOs to the Prime Minister, Members of Parliament, the Minister of Justice, Prosecutor and the National Police Agency ____________________________ Call for Hearings about Japanese Citizens Abducted and Forced to Change Their Religion: … Continue reading

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Orbán’s threat to democratic values

Orbán’s threat to democratic values Europe should warn Hungary that its voting rights are at risk Financial Times Editorial – Thursday, March 7, 2013 Europe last year successfully pressed Viktor Orbán, Hungary’s firebrand prime minister, to back down on aspects … Continue reading

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Hungary shows determination on constitution

____________________________ Hungary shows determination on constitution ____________________________ By Neil Buckley in London and Kester Eddy in Budapest ©AFPJust last week, Gabor Ivanyi, head pastor of the Hungarian Evangelical Fellowship, an independent Methodist congregation in Budapest, was celebrating. Hungary’s top court … Continue reading

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