Central African Republic: After a year in office, justice must remain a priority for President Touadéra
Justice and the fight against impunity for crimes under international law must continue to be a central priority for President Faustin Archange Touadéra’s government, said Amnesty International and 30 human rights organizations working in the Central African Republic in a declaration issued today.
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