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Amnesty To Launch a Campaign for Tomo Kriznar's Release

Ljubljana, 17 August - Human rights organisation Amnesty International has said that the sentencing of Tomo Kriznar to two years in prison by a Sudanese court was politically motivated. The organisation announced on Thursday it would be launching a campaign for Kriznar, which will include a request to members and supporters to address appeals for his release to the Sudanese authorities.

Ljubljana, Active Slovenia (AS) headquarters.
Non-parliamentary AS secretary Tadej Slapnik presenting an initiative to free Tomo Kriznar, President Janez Drnovsek's envoy to Darfur, currently locked up in Sudan at a news conference.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Active Slovenia (AS) headquarters.
Non-parliamentary AS leader Franci Kek (centre), flanked by AS secretary Tadej Slapnik (right) and law expert Edvard Bavcon (left) presenting at a news conference an initiative to free Tomo Kriznar, President Janez Drnovsek's envoy to Darfur, currently locked up in Sudan.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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