Yemen’s future stability inrequires human ri...

Yemen could face another human rights crisis unless the authorities act now to end persistent abuses in the country and take steps to address past violations, Amnesty International said today.

In its 11-point agenda for human rights change in Yemen, Amnesty International said that human rights violations were still taking place in a climate of impunity, a long-standing problem further entrenched by the immunity granted to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh and his officials earlier this year.

 

Read more: http://www.amnesty.org/en/news/yemen-s-future-stability-requires-human-rights-action-plan-2012-09-25