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I’m in Poland this week as its new anti-terror law signed by President Duda goes into effect on Friday. The law classifies all foreign nationals and non-Poles as terror suspects and authorizes invasive surveillance without oversight. That means that all of us—tourists, business travelers, and NGO workers like me—can be considered terrorists.
Poland is a NATO member that was once considered one of the strongest democracies in Central Europe, but now it’s backsliding on human rights and civil liberties. Its legislature has hamstrung the Constitutional Tribunal and passed a slew of problematic laws, including the anti-terror law.
Tell Obama to Speak up at the NATO Summit.
President Obama is traveling to Poland this July for the NATO Summit and needs to speak up against Poland’s retreat from its human rights protections. He should emphasize the need for a robust civil society to counteract violent extremism, as well as full-throated freedom of speech and assembly. U.S. officials should only meet with their Polish counterparts if they show progress on reforming the anti-terror law and restoring the Constitutional Tribunal. If we remain silent on Poland, it’s backslide will creep across Europe.
Human rights protections are starting to crumble across Europe, and Poland is the tip of the iceberg. Hungary and Latvia are already taking Poland’s troublesome lead, and the Russian Duma just passed its own draconian anti-terror law.
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PAKISTAN RESORTS TO MORTAR SHELLINGJULY 8, 2017LEAVE A COMMENTON PAKISTAN RESORTS TO MORTAR SHELLING
Jammu and Kashmir, husband and wife were killed while their three children were injured in Pakistani shelling in Poonch district today. Defence sources told AIR that in yet another incidence of ceasefire violation, Pakistan army resorted to mortar shelling and firing along Line of Control (LoC) in Gulpur sector this morning around 6 am targeting forward defence locations and civilian areas.
The shelling prompted an effective retaliation from the Indian troops and they gave a befitting reply. Intermittent exchanges were continuing when last reports came in.Pakistani forces have been using small, medium and automatic arms and heavy mortars in firing.
Pakistani shelling in civilain areas has once again triggered panic among the people living in the areas close to the bordrline. Edit"Pakistan resorts to mortar shelling"WB:INDIA AT VANGUARD AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGEJULY 8, 2017LEAVE A…
LAUNCH OF DIGITAL MSME SCHEMEJUNE 27, 2017LEAVE A COMMENTON LAUNCH OF DIGITAL MSME SCHEME
Kalraj Mishra Gives Away National Awards for MSME 2015 3 MoUs Exchanged with SAP India, Intel and HMT
National Awards for MSME 2015 was organized here today. Shri Kalraj Mishra, Union Minister for MSME gave away the MSME Awards 2015. Since the United Nations has declared 27th June as the UN Day for MSMEs, the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises has selected this day for distributing National Awards to Micro, Small and Medium Entrepreneurs for their outstanding performance, to express the gratitude of the Government to the achievers in this field which is so important for the national economy.
Shri Giriraj Singh and Shri Haribhai P. Chaudhary, Ministers of State for MSME were also present to grace the occasion. Shri KK Jalan, Secretary MSME, Shri Surendra Nath Tripathi, Development Commissioner, Shri. Vinai Kumar Saxena, Chairman, KVIC, Shri C.P. Radhakrishnan, Chairman, Coir Board also…