15 February 1999 Human-rights groups have multiplied in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union since 1989. Their presence has been increasingly felt through the monitoring of elections and ensuring compliance with European and international human-rights agreements. The majority of groups are affiliated with an umbrella organization, the International Helsinki Federation for Human […]

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