Morocco/Western Sahara: Broken Promises: The Equity and Reconciliation Commission and its Follow-up
This report provides an assessment by Amnesty International of the work of the Equity and Reconciliation Commission and the efforts of the Advisory Council on Human Rights to follow-up on its work and recommendations after the end of the Commission’s mandate in November 2005. It outlines Amnesty International’s concerns that the rights of victims to truth, justice and adequate reparation have not been fully met as set out in international human rights law and standards; and offers recommendations in light of Morocco’s international obligations.
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