Amnesty International’s call to political parties to commit themselves to uphold a 12-point plan on human rights
In this document Amnesty International appeals to the parties now competing in the parliamentary elections to firmly commit themselves to this 12-point plan for human rights in Pakistan, not only in words and in their manifestoes but also in deeds should they assume power after the elections.
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