Amnesty International Rejects Immunity for Saleh and Yemeni Officials in UN Resolution 2014

By: Hassan Al-Haifi

October 21, 2011

Amnesty International rejected the notion of giving Ali Abdullah Saleh and Yemeni Government officials immunity for human rights violations in the above resolution of the United Nations Security Council issued yesterday in New York:

The press release further states:
“but any call for accountability is doomed to fail if officials are granted immunity from investigation for abuses”

The link to the press release is here:
http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-updates/un-security-council-resolution-yemen-falls-short-2011-10-22

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About Hassan Al-Haifi

Columnist, Political Analyst; knowledgeable on Middle East and Islamic Affairs; specialist on economic and financial affairs and development issues.
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One Response to Amnesty International Rejects Immunity for Saleh and Yemeni Officials in UN Resolution 2014

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