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Memorandum of Understanding on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

The government of Kyrgyzstan, International organizations and members of civil society Country Resources Human Rights Legislation Kyrgyzstan 31 December 2012 Declaration equality, human rights

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Memorandum of Understanding on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms signed in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan 12 June 2012 by representatives of the government of Kyrgyzstan from the Ombudsman, the Prosecutor General's Office, The Ministry of Interior, The Ministry of Justice, The Ministry of Health and the State Service for the Execution of Punishments along with International organizations and NGO's representing civil society.

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