Dominican Republic: Open letter from Amnesty International to Dominican presidential candidates for the May 2012 elections
With a view to the forthcoming presidential elections, Amnesty International is writing to all the presidential candidates to raise the organization’s human rights concerns with them and to call on them to commit to prioritising the respect, promotion and protection of all human rights. Amnesty International calls on all candidates to publicly commit to a series of specific measures, which are detailed in this document.
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