Violations of the Helsinki Accords, Yugoslavia: A Report Prepared for the Helsinki Review Conference, Vienna, November 1986
Human Rights Watch, 1986 - 51 страница
VI. Freedom of religion
Шта други кажу - Напишите рецензију
Нисмо пронашли ниједну рецензију на уобичајеним местима.
Друга издања - Прикажи све
abuse Agence France-Presse Albanian alleged Amnesty Amnesty International appeal April arrested Article 133 associating attack attorney August banned beaten Belgrade Six Bosnia-Herzegovina Cavoski CDFTE Ceranic Committee Communist Party convicted Court crimes Criminal Code critical Croatia defendants detained dissidents Djurekovic emigre journals emigre living Europe expelled February Free University harassed Helsinki accords Helsinki Watch hostile activities hostile propaganda human rights hunger strike imprisonment intellectuals Islamic Declaration jailed journalists June March meeting Milan Milic Milovan Djilas Miodrag Milic months Muslims nationalist newspaper Nikolic November number of reports official organizations Paraga passport petition political prisoners Popovic prison conditions protest publish punishable released republics scholars security police Seks sentenced Serbian Writers Union Serbs and Montenegrins signatories Slovenia solitary cells student torture travel abroad trial tried unrest in Kosovo Veselica violations Vladimir Mijanovic Vojislav Seselj Warsaw Pact Yugoslav authorities Yugoslav citizens Yugoslav emigre Yugoslav press Yugoslav security Yugoslav Wartime Drama Yugoslavia Zakic
Страница 1 - A positive development during 1985 was the favorable outcome of a "conspiracy" trial of six "free university" scholars. Charges were eventually dropped against four of the intellectuals, and two were handed reduced sentences.