Representing Amnesty International: radio interview on the new Citizen Security Law

The other day a colleague from our local Amnesty International group called me and said: we need you on the radio tomorrow, for an interview on the new Citizen Security Law. I ran and studied well the difference between what I think I know and I believe and what I can say as a representative of Amnesty. This is how it went, I hope you find it interesting and it moves you to action! The interview starts around thirteen minutes in and it is in Spanish:

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