19 EU missions want Alston report implemented

Brief:

The European Union (EU) has come out in support of a damning report by the UN special rapporteur’s on extrajudicial killings, Philip Alston and called for its full implementation. …more

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1. On Thursday June 4, 2009, 14:28 PM , Thuku Kamau Kiarie, Kenya wrote:
  The Kenyan authorities must learn from the mood of citizens and other partners that it’s falling short of expectations. It is time to take proactive stance on it’s sins of omission and commission.Resulting to redundant excuses is not helping matters in any way.

 


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