Council of Europe: Croatia should eliminate shortcomings in transitional justice, immigration and media freedom


“Croatia has substantially improved its human rights law and practice in the last years. However, some recent developments put at serious risk these achievements” said Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, while releasing today a report based on his visit to the country carried out last April.

The Commissioner is concerned about the recent regression of inter-state co-operation in the region on the prosecution of wartime crimes committed during the 1990s. “It is worrying to see the persistence of impunity in Croatia for certain serious human rights violations committed in the past. The authorities should put an end to this, and effectively prosecute, try and sanction the perpetrators of wartime crimes”
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See: Council of Europe: Croatia should eliminate shortcomings in transitional justice, immigration and media freedom (link)

And: Report (pdf)

 

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