Sri Lanka: Open letter to Heads of Government attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, November 23-26 2009, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
In this open letter Amnesty International urges Commonwealth Heads of Government to raise concerns regarding the human rights situation in Sri Lanka with their Sri Lankan counterparts. In particular, the organization is concerned about the continuing serious problems affecting the safety and dignity of Sri Lankans displaced by armed conflict. Amnesty International calls for greater accountability for abuses of human rights and humanitarian law suffered by Sri Lankan civilians.
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