Peru: Government rejects recommendation by UN human rights experts to abolish "faceless judges"
This report highlights to the UN Human Rights Committee that on 10 October 1996 the Peruvian authorities extended the use of "faceless judges" for terrorism-related trials for another year until 15 October 1997, despite the Human Rights Committee having recommended in July 1996 that the Government of Peru immediately abolish their use.
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