Afghanistan: Human rights challenges facing Afghanistan's National and Provincial Assemblies - an open letter to candidates
This open letter is an appeal to deputies to become familiar with Afghanistan's international human rights obligations and to put human rights at the top of their legislative agenda once they are in office. The human rights of women and the rule of law over the rule of the gun, the subject of this open letter to candidates, are two of Amnesty International's (AI) human rights concerns in Afghanistan. This open letter also introduces the organisation to prospective deputies.
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