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 Peter Takirambudde - “The Sudanese government needs to bring war criminals to justice, not recruit them into positions of responsibility.”
 Peter Takirambudde - “People are being terrorized by federal police working hand-in-glove with local officials and militias.”
 Peter Takirambudde - “The United Nations and the African Union should address the human cost of allowing impunity to flourish in Cte d'Ivoire.”
 Peter Takirambudde - “The violence in Cte d'Ivoire this week highlights why the Security Council must boost the U.N. peacekeeping force and activate travel and economic sanctions on human rights abusers authorized under relevant Security Council Resolutions. U.N. peacekeepers must act proactively to protect civilians and return as soon as possible to the affected areas so that vulnerable populations are protected.”
 Peter Takirambudde - “The Ethiopian government is violently suppressing any form of protest and punishing suspected opposition supporters.”
 Peter Takirambudde - “African leaders must put all possible pressure on the Sudanese government to stop impeding the effective operation of AMIS. The Sudanese government's continued attacks on civilians merit a tougher response from the African Union.”
 Peter Takirambudde - “The Ethiopian government is violently suppressing any form of protest and punishing suspected opposition supporters. Donor governments should insist on an independent, credible investigation into abuses by federal police and local officials in rural as well as urban areas.”
 Peter Takirambudde - “The strategy of putting justice on hold for an elusive peace settlement has emboldened human rights abusers on both sides of the conflict. This approach has fueled a pervasive culture of impunity that has led to ever-increasing acts of violence against civilians.”
 Peter Takirambudde - “This is no random attack. This is the result of months of preparation by Sudanese officials and coordination with militias.”
 Peter Takirambudde - “Rebel and government commanders alike must order their forces to protect all civilians, regardless of ethnicity. Attacking civilians and targeting ethnic groups are forbidden under the laws of war.”