South Sudan: Submission for consideration by the Constitution Review Commission on the review of provisions on economic, social and cultural rights in the 2011 Interim Constitution of South Sudan
As South Sudan approaches independence on 9 July 2011, Amnesty International and the Association for Media Development in Southern Sudan (AMDISS), urge the Interim Constitution of South Sudan Review Commission to strengthen South Sudan’s commitment to human rights by including all economic, social and cultural rights as enforceable human rights in South Sudan’s interim constitution.
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