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Human rights abuses in Algeria : no one is spared

Author: Andrew Whitley, (Policy scientist); Middle East Watch (Organization)
Publisher: New York : Human Rights Watch, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Algerian government and the armed Islamist opposition it is fighting are each responsible for a severe deterioration in human rights conditions. Whereas only three years ago Algeria seemed to be evolving from an authoritarian one-party state toward a more pluralistic and democratic system with a thriving civil society, it is now mired in a virtual civil war in which the rights of no one are inviolate and the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Whitley, (Policy scientist); Middle East Watch (Organization)
ISBN: 156432124X 9781564321244
OCLC Number: 29679564
Notes: "Edited by Andrew Whitley"--Page 3.
Credits: "Edited by Andrew Whitley"--Page 3.
Description: 67 pages ; 28 cm
Responsibility: Middle East Watch.

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The Algerian government and the armed Islamist opposition it is fighting are each responsible for a severe deterioration in human rights conditions. Whereas only three years ago Algeria seemed to be evolving from an authoritarian one-party state toward a more pluralistic and democratic system with a thriving civil society, it is now mired in a virtual civil war in which the rights of no one are inviolate and the democratic process has been all but abandoned.

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