Angola: Human rights guarantees in the revised constitution
This report contains the text of a memorandum submitted to the National Commission for the Revision of the Constitutional Law in February 1991 by Amnesty International. It provides a commentary on the minimum requirements of international human rights law, with reference to those rights and freedoms within Amnesty International's mandate, and recommends the inclusion in the Constitiution of specific human rights safeguards. Amnedments introduced into Angola's constitution in March 1991 are described and Amnesty International's recommendations for the inclusion of additional human safeguards during the next stage of revision.
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