Amnesty International ends visit to the Dominican Republic: further actions needed to protect Dominicans of foreign descent
Amnesty International carried out a visit in the Dominican Republic from 14 to 27 June 2015, with the aim of assessing the situation of people who were deprived of their Dominican nationality by the ruling 168-13 of the Constitutional Court. The visit also aimed at advocating with the Dominican authorities to avoid the expulsions of those people and other human rights violations.
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