Human Rights Watch: armed forces initiative insufficient (in Spanish)

El Universal, 11/11/2010

José Miguel Vivanco, the director of Human Rights Watch (HRW), met with the PRI senators in charge of the military justice code reform, Jesús Murillo Karam and Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, which would allow crime committed by members of the armed forces to be tried by civilian authorities.

Arriving at the Senate building, Vivanco once again questioned President Felipe Calderón’s proposal, sent October 19th, admitting he was worried about the “rhythm” of dicussion in the Senate.

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