Libya: Human Rights Agenda for Change
(...) The NTC (National Transitional Council) has committed itself to building a democratic, multi-party state bases on the respect for fundamental human rights. In August 2011, the NTC issued a Constitutional Declaration enshrining these and other principles, including respect for fundamental freedoms, non-discrimination for all citizens- including on grounds of gender, race and language- and the rights to a fair trial and to seek asylum.
Amnesty International has presented several recommendations for change to the new Libyan authorities, including reformation of the criminal justice system, eradication of torture and other ill-treatment, and establishment of a national human rights institution.
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