"A Long Way from Reconciliation"



Author:
Human Rights Watch
Publisher:
Human Rights Watch
Publication Date:
19 November 2012
Tags:
Cote d'Ivoire, Arms and Military Affairs, Human Rights, Governance

This 73-page report details the brutal crackdown that followed a series of violent attacks on military installations around the country in August. The attacks were allegedly committed by militants loyal to former President Laurent Gbagbo. The resulting crackdown recalled the grave crimes committed during the 2010-2011 post-election crisis, in some cases under the same commanders previously identified as responsible for brutal abuses, Human Rights Watch found. The government of President Alassane Ouattara needs to ensure the prompt investigation and prosecution of forces who committed serious human rights abuses, including torture and inhuman treatment, in response to these security threats, Human Rights Watch said.



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