UN Must Monitor Human Rights in Western Sahara and Sahrawi Refugee Camps

Author:
Amnesty International
Publisher:
Amnesty International
Publication Date:
10 October 2018
Tags:
Morocco, Western Sahara

Independent, impartial, comprehensive and sustained human rights monitoring must be a central element of the UN's future presence in Western Sahara and Sahrawi refugee camps, Amnesty International said, calling on the UN Security Council to strengthen the UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) by adding human rights monitoring and reporting to its mandate.


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