Bolivia: Amnesty International’s Comments on the National Report presented by Bolivia for UPR
Amnesty International believes that efforts made by the current government in its first term in office towards strengthening social programmes and through these the enjoyment of economic, social and cultural rights, demonstrate its commitment to addressing the needs of the most vulnerable members of the Bolivian population. The organisation urges the State to commit during the UPR to taking careful steps towards strengthening the justice system, in such a way as to ensure lasting solutions to serious historical problems of impunity and lack of independence of the judiciary.
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