International bodies oppose U.S. curbs on freedom

Deen, Thalif
December 2001
New York Amsterdam News;12/13/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 50, p2
Reports that leading intergovernmental human rights bodies have cautioned the U.S., Great Britain and Canadian governments against imposing excessive curbs on basic freedoms in their efforts to battle terrorism. Purpose of anti-terrorism measures; Violation of the government on some constitutional procedures and protections; Anti-terrorism measures that violate human rights.


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