Palestinian Authority: The Palestinian bid for UN membership and statehood recognition: Q&A
As a human rights organization, Amnesty International takes no position on the question of Palestinian statehood, which is a political issue outside our mission. However, the Palestinian request for full UN membership has initiated a process which will have important implications for human rights concerns in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) regardless of its eventual outcome at the UN. This document outlines the key human rights implications of the Palestinian bid for UN membership and international recognition of a Palestinian state.
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