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Page 59 - To beat off your enemy in a war, you have to suspend some of your civil liberties for a time.
Page 51 - Iraq are engaged in a consistent pattern of gross violations of human rights. And if they were aid recipients, the Administration, by acknowledging this language, would be compelled to terminate assistance.
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Page 30 - ... iron bars for long periods. Africa Watch has gathered testimony of torture, usually severe beating, of political prisoners, but it is clear that the worst ill-treatment is reserved for criminal prisoners. Repeat criminal offenders are subjected to a "hardcore program" at Nsanje or Dzeleka prisons.
Page 30 - Republics of 1969, included guarantees of prisoners' rights going beyond the United Nations standard minimum rules for the treatment of prisoners.
Page 37 - Introduced in 196O was designed and meant to be used solely against the communists... My Cabinet colleagues and I gave a solemn promise to Parliament and the nation that the immense powers given to the government under the ISA would never be used to stifle legitimate opposition and silence lawful dissent".