Mexico: Memorandum for the President-Elect
This memorandum, addressed to Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president-elect of Mexico, aims to present Amnesty International’s main findings, concerns and recommendations in order to confront the serious human rights crisis faced by the country. Considering the continuing and complex challenges that this involves, Amnesty International believes that the new administration could bring about substantial change if the human rights agenda were immediately made the central focus of public policy and government decisions.
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