Timor-Leste/Indonesia: Calls on truth and reparation made by bilateral truth commission “ignored”
Amnesty International, ANTI (The Timor-Leste National Alliance for an International Tribunal) and KontraS (the Commission for the Disappeared and Victims of Violence) call on the Indonesian and Timorese authorities to take immediate steps to implement recommendations made five years ago by a bilateral government sponsored truth commission. The failure to implement many of these recommendations prolongs the suffering of victims and their families and raises serious questions about the commitment of both the Indonesian and Timor-Leste governments to address impunity for past violations.
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