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The Moroccan Equity and Reconciliation Commission: Three-part Summary of the Final Report.

Kingdom of Morocco, Doina
June 4, 2015

Source: (-0001) International Centre for Transitional Justice.

Taking into account that the period covered by the Equity and Reconciliation
Commission (IER) is the longest of any comparable experiences (43 years); that the
various crises of political violence that caused gross human rights violations were of an
extremely varied nature and implicated both state and non-state actors; and considering
the lack of reliable records and academic studies covering specific periods in the
contemporary history of Morocco, the Commission’s truth-seeking mission took several
different forms.(excerpt)


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