Croatia: Set of recommendations to combat impunity of war crimes
This briefing paper focuses on Amnesty International’s concern in relation to an ongoing problem of impunity for war crimes. It identifies the main obstacles in prosecution of war crimes and suggests practical solutions. It recommends that Croatia should deal with its war time past in line with the Updated Set of Principles for the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights Through Action to Combat Impunity (Set of Principles or Principles) which was developed by the United Nations Commission on Human Rights.
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