South Korea: Open Letter to the President of South Korea
In this open letter to the newly elected President of the Republic of Korea, Amnesty International draws attention to key concerns regarding human rights in South Korea. The organization urges the President to make the promotion and protection of human rights a government priority in the coming years.
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