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Impunity persisted for human rights violations committed during the mass protests of 2019. Authorities created some mechanisms to advance reparations for victims. Human rights defenders continued to be threatened and attacked. Proposed reforms regarding rights to health and sexual and reproductive rights remained pending legislative proceedings at the end of the year. Refugees and migrants continued to face significant obstacles to remaining in the country.

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