Pakistan Open brief L4L en LRWC
Op 26 november 2007 hebben L4L en Lawyers Rights Watch Canada (LRWC) President Musharraf in een open brief opgeroepen Munir A. Mulik, de voormalig President van de Orde van Advocaten van het Hooggerechtshof, alle medische zorg te verlenen die hij nodig heeft en de Rule of Law in Pakistan te herstellen. Lees hier de volledige brief.
Lees hier de gezamenlijke brief van L4L, LRWC en Lawyers without Borders/Quebec (LWB/Q) van 26 november 2007 aan de Canadese regering. Daarin roepen de genoemde organisaties de regering op adequate maatregelen te nemen om ervoor te zorgen dat de gevangen advocaten in Pakistan worden vrijgelaten, medische hulp krijgen en in kunnen worden bezocht als zij gevangen zitten.
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