Angola: Open letter: A human rights agenda for political parties and candidates in the general elections
As Angolans prepare to go to the polls in presidential and parliamentary elections on 31 August 2012, Amnesty International urges all presidential and parliamentary candidates and political party leaders to publicly commit to respect human rights during the election campaign. The organization further calls on all candidates and leaders of political parties to place prevention of human rights abuses by their supporters at the core of their electoral campaign and make human rights central to their electoral programme for the post election period.
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