Afghanistan: 7-Point Human Rights Agenda for Presidential Candidates
Ahead of the Afghanistan presidential election set for 5 April 2014, Amnesty International calls on all presidential candidates to ensure their manifestoes support the protection and promotion of human rights, particularly the seven point agenda included in this document. Amnesty International calls on the candidates to commit publicly to fulfilling Afghanistan’s international human rights obligations including the achievement of national benchmarks on human rights.
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