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What does LIGA stand for?

LIGA stands for League of Human Rights (Czech Republic)


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Scores of French dignitaries, including Henri Leclerc, the honorary President of the French League of Human Rights, Yves Bonnet, the former head of DST, the French counter-intelligence agency, and Abderrahmane Dahmane, President of Council of Muslim Democrats of France, participated in the event and expressed their support for the Iranian resistance in their remarks.
Scores of French dignitaries, including Henri Leclerc, the honorary President of the French League of Human Rights, Yves Bonnet, the former head of DST, the French counter-intelligence agency, and Abderrahmane Dahmane, President of Council of Muslim Democrats of France, participated in the event and expressed their support for the Iranian resistance in their remarks.
The GNRD has also been accused of having close links with the United Arab Emirates (UAE), ranking the small Gulf nation 14th in its international league of human rights, in contrast to the US State Department and Human Rights Watch, which have placed the country much lower in similar rankings.
The choice of Mr Marzouki, a physician who headed the Tunisian League of Human Rights, is the result of an agreement reached by the Ennahada Party, that won most seats in last month's elections, and the CPR, the second largest party in the new assembly.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported two deaths in the central city of Homs, while the Arab League of Human Rights said two people were killed in Deir al-Zor, a city in eastern Syria.
Summary: Rabat - Saharan NGO the League of human rights defenders in the Sahara wrote to the UN Secretary-General about "the acts of violence" committed against the Saharans who staged a sit-in in front of the polisario's secretariat general, near Tindouf in the Algerian territory.