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Instead the court officer generally took notes that tended to be sparse and decided what should be included in the notes. A Baku NGO working with street children reported that boys and girls engaged in street begging and prostitution. Members of regional and central branches of opposition parties reported that local authorities often took actions to prevent routine party activities, for example, by pressuring restaurant owners not to allow opposition parties to use their facilities for meetings and events. Applications to hold protests in Baku were repeatedly denied throughout the year. There were no reports of violence against Armenians during the year.

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The Ministry of Labor and Social Security is responsible for enforcing child labor laws. Women nominally enjoy the same legal rights as men; however, societal discrimination was a problem.

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  1. On December 29, the FAI attempted to hold another meeting Prostitutes the Hyatt Regency, which hotel management prevented by turning off the electricity, as reported in the opposition press.
  2. The government prohibited some state libraries from subscribing to opposition newspapers, prohibited state businesses from buying advertising in opposition newspapers, and pressured private businesses not to advertise in them.
  3. Labor NGOs reported that multinational energy companies and their subcontractors often discouraged union membership by their employees.
  4. Citizens also believed that assignments to easier military duties could be bought for a smaller bribe.
  5. Corruption among law enforcement officers was a problem.

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