Police have been known to invite journalists and cameramen along on raids; those caught may be outed to the whole country, even if arrested by mistake. Impunity for crime and human rights abuses is the norm. My favourite place to go is the beach. Final approval of the law remained pending at time of writing. Based on the data that is available, here are seven of the countries where LGBT rights are most under threat — but where campaigners are also making the occasional small step of progress. It is way better now than before. Facebook Twitter Pinterest.
Judicial Independence Judges have faced interference from the executive branch and others, including private actors with connections in government.
This also creates an atmosphere for blackmail. In Maythe Committee on Enforced Disappearances recommended Honduras bring its legislation regarding disappearances in line with international law and improve search efforts, including for those who disappeared in the s and s. Local laws and customs There are severe penalties for drug trafficking 15 to 20 years in prison and a very large fine and drug use from 3 to 9 months in a rehabilitation centre.
Local activists criticized the Mechanism for the Protection of Journalists, Human Rights Defenders and Operators of Justice, created infor lacking uniform criteria in awarding protection measures.