Torture

08/03/2018

8/3/2018 INAPPROPRIATE PROTEST OF STATE OFFICERS SUPPORTING ACCUSED FOR TORTURE

HRA finds the protest of support for the accused for torture by their colleagues, members of the Trade Union of the Institute for the Execution of […]
07/03/2018

7/3/2018 ALARMING: NINE CASES OF POLICE ILL-TREAMENT BY STATE OFFICERS FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR

Upon the latest case of police ill-treatment of Nemanja Roncevic, reported by the media today, Human Rights Action warns that this is already the 9th case of […]
26/02/2018

26/2/2018 FREE LEGAL AID FOR VICTIMS OF TORTURE

Human Rights Action (HRA) again called for free legal aid for victims of torture by state officers. HRA yesterday sent a letter to the Minister of […]
20/02/2018

20/2/2018 NEW CASE OF POLICE TORTURE IN PODGORICA

Human Rights Action (HRA) strongly condemns the latest case of police torture against citizens in the center of Podgorica. It shows how the impunity for police […]
31/01/2018

31/1/2018 UPON THE LAST DECISION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT IN THE VUKČEVIĆ TORTURE CASE (“JEWELLERS’ STREET”)

“The decision of the Constitutional Court not to insist with the Government to identify state officers who participated in torture of citizens is disappointing”, stated the […]
15/12/2017

15/12/2017 PROSECUTOR TO EFFICIENTLY REACT UPON OMBUDSMAN’S OPINION OF ABUSE OF PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS IN DOBROTA

Human Rights Action (HRA) expects the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office in Kotor to take all necessary steps to urgently prosecute medical technician with the Special Psychiatric […]
08/12/2017

7/12/2017 EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS TO JUDGE THE RESPONSE OF MONTENEGRO TO POLICE TORTURE

The victims of police brutality in Zlatarska Street in Podgorica, Branimir Vukčević and Momčilo Baranin, will be submitting an application to the European Court of Human […]
08/11/2017

8/11/2017 MARTINOVIĆ CASE: DECISION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF MONTENEGRO IN CASE OF INNEFFECTIVE INVESTIGATION OF POLICE TORTURE

The Constitutional Court of Montenegro executed and communicated the decision in the case of unpunished police torture of Milorad Martinović. The Constitutional Court adopted Martinovic’s constitutional […]
05/10/2017

4/10/2017 SUPREME STATE PROSECUTOR SHOULD LEAD ACTIVITIES OF THE BASIC STATE PROSECUTORS OFFICE IN THE INVESTIGATION OF TORTURE

NGO Human Rights Action (HRA) in principle welcomes new activities of the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica in the investigation of police ill-treatment of citizens […]
25/07/2017

25/7/2017 THE STATE SHOULD NOT SUPPORT POLICE TORTURE BY INEFFECTIVE INVESTIGATIONS

On the occasion of the Constitutional Court of Montenegro passing decision to adopt the constitutional appeal of Miodrag Martinovic and establish that in this case of […]
22/06/2017

21/6/2017 CONSTITUTIONAL COURT ADOPTS HRA APPEALS ON ACCOUNT OF LACK OF EFFECTIVE INVESTIGATION OF POLICE TORTURE

The Constitutional Court of Montenegro today unanimously adopted constitutional appeals due to ineffective investigation of the police torture of Branimir Vukčević and Momčilo Baranin in Podgorica […]
02/05/2017

2/5/2017 CONSTITUTIONAL APPEAL DUE TO INEFFECTIVE INVESTIGATION OF TORTURE AGAINST MARTINOVIĆ

NGO Human Rights Action lodged a constitutional appeal (in Montenegrin) for Milorad Mijo Martinović due to ineffective investigation of police torture he suffered in Podgorica on 24 […]