The International Federation for Human Rights had this press release:
On 21 April, the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of Belarus approved three new laws further restricting freedoms of expression, association and assembly in the country. The laws on ‘countering extremism’, ‘rehabilitation of Nazism’ and ‘mass events’ previously passed at both first and second readings in the House of Representatives of the national Assembly almost without any discussion. FIDH and its member organisation in Belarus, Viasna Human Rights Center, are concerned that these draft laws, if eventually adopted, will have a devastating impact on civil freedoms in Belarus.
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