Mozambique: The role of the United Nations in the protection of human rights under the General Peace Agreement
This paper consists of AI's recommendations to the UN with respect to the General Peace Agreement of 4 October 1991 between the Government of Mozambique and RENAMO. While welcoming the agreement, AI is concerned that the monitoring mechanisms it contains appear to be insufficient for the investigation of human rights violations which may occur in the future. Recommendations are made also to UN member states, particularly those acting as observers of the General Peace Agreement.
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