Amnesty International's representations on the February 2005 draft Council of Europe Convention on the Prevention of Terrorism
In this document, Amnesty International submits observations and recommendations to the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe and its Committee of Experts on Terrorism (also known as CODEXTER) on the February 2005 draft of the Council of Europe Convention on the Prevention against Terrorism. The organisation welcomes the expanded human rights clause in the Preamble as well as the deletion of Articles 6bis (on non-reporting); Article 11 (on justification) and Article 11bis (on refugee status), which were set out in the December 2004 draft of this Convention.
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