Libya: Decree integrating Radaa forces into a new security apparatus overlooks need for accountability
The Government of National Accord’s efforts to integrate militias and armed groups into the security sector must not overlook the groups’ records of serious human rights violations, Amnesty International said today. The GNA’s latest attempt to incorporate the Radaa Forces, a militia on government payroll into consolidated security forces, will empower them to commit further abuses unless accompanied by robust vetting, oversight and accountability.
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