South Korea: Open letter to all presidential candidates
This open letter was sent by AI to all candidates in the presidential election in South Korea on 18 December 1992. It asks candidates to make public their commitment to the protection of basic human rights and identifies issues of concern to AI. These are: the imprisonment of prisoners of conscience; convictions allegedly based on confessions obtained by torture; aspects of the National Security Law facilitating the imprisonment of people for non-violent political views or activities; laws restricting freedom of expression; police powers of arrest and interrogation; the role of the prosecution authorities in the protection of human rights; the need to ratify the Convention against Torture; the death penalty; and the need for a Human Rights Ombudsman.
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