Peru: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission - a first step towards a country without injustice
In this report, one year on from the publication of the Final Report of the Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Amnesty International includes a series of its own recommendations to the Peruvian authorities as well as supporting the extensive recommendations made by the Commission. Amnesty International believes that the State must take action to satisfy the victims' right to truth, justice and reparation and implement reforms that will ensure that such events cannot recur. It must also put an end to and reverse the effects of the discrimination and exclusion that are still preventing large parts of Peruvian society from exercising their rights as citizens.
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