Kyrgyzstan: Recommendations for an effective investigation into human rights violations and abuses committed during the June violence and its aftermath
On 17 June 2010, Amnesty International called for an international inquiry to investigate the human rights violations and abuses committed during the June violence in Kyrgyzstan and its aftermath. Amnesty International is concerned that the Kyrgyzstani authorities lack both the independence of investigative institutions and the expertise to carry out prompt, effective, independent and impartial investigations into the June violence.
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