South Korea: 8-point human rights agenda for presidential candidates
Ahead of the presidential election in the Republic of Korea in 2017, Amnesty International calls on all presidential candidates to respect, protect, fulfil and promote human rights for all, and to publicly commit to meeting South Korea’s international human rights obligations.
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