Libya: 'Libya of tomorrow': What hope for human rights
In a few short years, Libya has transformed itself from a pariah state to an active member of the international community. In sharp contrast, the pace of reform at domestic levels has been slow. The Libyan authorities have not kept their promises to address the legacy of past human rights violations and to introduce safeguards to prevent them recurring. Serious human rights violations continue. Victims of human rights abuses have little hope of judicial protection and redress, while those responsible for torture, unlawful killings etc enjoy total impunity.
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