Argentina: Amnesty International submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review: 14th session of the UPR working group: October-November 2012
Amnesty International welcomes that Argentina provided a mid-term review in September 2010 on the state of implementation of the recommendations it supported in its 2008 review. However, serious human rights violations continue to pervade the country. Amongst the recommendations supported in 2008 were to address discrimination against women, to improve prison conditions, to ensure that there is no impunity for the crime of torture, and to ensure respect for the rights of Indigenous Peoples.
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