Sudan: Open letter to the members of the United Nations Security Council: The situation in the Sudan
In this open letter, Amnesty International calls on the Security Council to adopt a resolution with strong human rights provisions, which condemns, in the operative part of the resolution, the systematic violations of human rights and international humanitarian that have been committed in Sudan. Amnesty International urges the Council to refer the situation in Darfur to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court and establish a Compensation Commission, to work with the compensation commission recently set up by the Sudanese government, to provide reparations to victims.
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