Uganda: Agreement and Annex on Accountability and Reconciliation falls short of a comprehensive plan to end impunity
In February 2008, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and the government of Uganda as part of their bilateral peace negotiations signed an Annexure (Annex) to the Agreement on Accountability and Reconciliation (Agreement). In this paper, Amnesty International analyses these documents. The organization also calls on the government of Uganda to commit itself to establishing a comprehensive plan of action to ensure justice, truth and reparations, which addresses the weaknesses of the Agreement and the Annex.
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