Pakistan: Open letter: Pakistan must resolve the crisis of enforced disappearances
On the occasion of 30 August, International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, Amnesty International urges the Pakistan government to demonstrate the political will to resolve Pakistan’s crisis of enforced disappearances once and for all. The fate of thousands taken by state officials or those acting on their behalf, held out of sight and without charge, denied access to lawyers and loved ones, remains unknown to this day.
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