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Freedom of Expression on the Internet, and Incitement to Violence - Maldives

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Published on Jul 3, 2012

Center for Inquiry and International Humanist and Ethical Union
Speaker: IHEU and CFI Representative Roy W Brown
Representatives: Hannah Bock; Roy W Brown; Josephine Macintosh
Un Human Rights Council; 20th Session 18 June - 9 July 2012; 28 June 2012; Agenda Item 3: Civil and Political Rights
The Democratic Party of the Maldives, whose president was ousted in an Islamist-inspired coup in February, welcomed a speech in the UN Human Rights Council by IHEU/CFI representative Roy Brown denouncing a recent horrific attack on Ismail Rasheed, a journalist and blogger, and the increasing climate of intolerance in that Indian Ocean country.

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