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Unformatted text preview: 165 cases of human rights violations. The government of Peru has been known to ignore bringing those who commit human rights violations to justice. Often police and military authorities have not been tried in civilian courts for accusations of abuse. In February of 2006, Peru was internationally pressured to relocate four hundred prisoners because of the inhumane conditions they were forced to live in. Because there has been a constant struggle for political power between democratic advocates and dictator authorities, the country’s poverty and economical infrastructure have essentially been ignored. This governmental instability has a trickle down effect into each aspect of a Peruvian’s wellbeing, and their access to basic human rights....
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2008 for the course PHILOSOPHY PHL115 taught by Professor Bachelor during the Fall '06 term at Elon.
- Fall '06