Sierra Leone: Amnesty International's recommendations to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Durban, South Africa, 12-15 November 1999
This leaflet summarizes Amnesty International's main recommendations to member states of the Commonwealth to ensure that protection of human rights is fully respected in the peace process following the signing of the peace agreement between the government of Sierra Leone and the armed opposition Revolutionary United Front (RUF) on 7 July 1999.
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