10,000 forced return to China “fox hunting”, dispatched operatives abroad-human rights group-Bloomberg

Through an activity called “fox hunting,” China has forced about 10,000 people who are said to have fled the country to return home by means of kidnapping and pressure on their families.Human rights group Safeguard Defenders announced on the 18thReportPointed out in. According to the report, 9946 people have been deported since China’s President Xi … Read more

Salim Redeems Allo Bank’s Rights Issue Shares Rp 623.22 M

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Salim Group, through PT Indolife Investama Perkasa, has implemented all Pre-emptive Rights (HMETD) which he obtained in the event of additional capital via rights issue digital bank issuer PT Allo Bank Indonesia Tbk (BBHI). In an information disclosure on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), Tuesday (18/1), Indolife Investama’s management explained that … Read more

Anyone who talks about human rights violations at the Olympics will be punished

The Beijing Winter Olympics begin on February 4, and the Paralympic Games on March 4. China has thus entered the final phase of planning for the Winter Olympics, whose perhaps most watched disciplines will be to keep not only the Covid-19, but also the political views of athletes. Following a briefing by Human Rights Watch, … Read more

Strategic Investors Ready to Absorb Rights Issue of IDR 5 Trillion Bank Neo Commerce

ILLUSTRATION. A number of strategic investors are ready to absorb PT Bank Neo Commerce Tbk (BBYB) rights issue shares this year. Reporter: Ferrika Sari | Editor: Khomarul Hidayat KONTAN.CO.ID – JAKARTA. A number of strategic investors are ready to absorb shares rights issue PT Bank Neo Commerce Tbk (BBYB) this year. Head of Corporate Secretary … Read more

Komnas HAM Assesses Luhut’s Case Report Fatia-Haris Azhar Bad for Human Rights

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The National Human Rights Commission assesses the legal process carried out by advocates Haris Azhar | and Coordinator of the Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence Fatia Maulidyanti is bad for the progress of human rights enforcement. He said the existence of human rights defenders like the two must be … Read more

How do Egyptians see the debate on human rights in their country?

January 16, 2022 picture released, Getty Images comment on the photo, The Egyptian president always expresses a different vision of the human rights issue in his country. The gap appears wide between what the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi says and what local and international human rights groups say about the reality of human rights … Read more

new user rights, save and close whenever you want

Mobile phone contracts often seem very attractive, but then hide unfavorable conditions. But now everything changes. Here comes the new Electronic Communications Code, a real revolution that brings new rules and more rights for the consumer. Abnormal contract durations, obligation to pay an infinite number of installments and above all the hated 48-month contracts. All … Read more

US Weekly News, Biden “tired of staying calm” on voting rights, Trump ignites Arizona

17/24 wsj.com Hillary in 2024? – With Joe Biden collapsing in consensus and deputy Kamala Harris, not yet “blossomed” as leader, the return to the scene of an old acquaintance of the Democrats: Hillary Clinton. Candidate defeated by Donald Trump in 2016, the progressive leader could try again in 2024. The hypothesis, considered “plausible”, is … Read more

Pursuing Core Capital of IDR 3 T, Salim Group Bank Ready for Rights Issue

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The issuer of the bank belonging to the Salim Group, PT Bank Ina Perdana Tbk (BINA) stated its commitment to meet the minimum core capital requirement of IDR 3 trillion this year. In order to fulfill these objectives, BINA will holding corporate actions to increase capital through rights issue in the … Read more

Egyptian human rights organization dissolves itself after intimidation

In Egypt, the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) has dissolved itself. This is due to intimidation against the organization and concerns for the safety of employees. ANHRI was one of the last independent human rights organizations in the country. For eighteen years, the organization conducted research in Egypt into, among other things, freedom … Read more