Bahrain: Flawed reforms: Bahrain fails to achieve justice for protesters
In November 2011, the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI) completed its investigation into human rights violations committed following the anti-government protests in February and March that year. However, scores of activists continue to be imprisoned and investigations into cases of police torture and killing of civilians have not been sufficiently thorough. This report documents these and other failures by the Bahraini authorities to fully implement BICI’s recommendations and commit themselves to getting accountability and justice for victims.
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