Iraq: Towards justice in Iraq ensuring accountability for human rights abuses.
Those responsible for crimes under international law and other grave human rights abuses in Iraq must be brought to justice. To ensure that this goal is achieved, a comprehensive anti-impunity program needs to be developed. Its central pillar would be reforming the Iraqi criminal justice system. However, other complementary and transitional approaches will be needed, including approaches involving the international community.
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