Liberia: Violence, discrimination and impunity
Sporadic outbreaks of violence continue to threaten the people of Liberia and their prospects of peace. Former rebel fighters who should have been disarmed and demobilized following the formal ending of internal conflict in 2003 have reacted with violence when they have not received their benefits. In this document Amnesty International urges candidates in forthcoming elections to make public commitments, for example, to advocacy of human rights; to protection of civilians from continuing violence; to the ending of impunity.
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