The International Office for Human Rights Action on Colombia

Regulation of the military criminal jurisdiction reform – Document of analysis

The bill, which is about to be adopted, deepens and extends aspects for concern contained in the constitutional reform. It reverses the logic of IHL, converting it into a permissive instrument and protecting the state security forces from justice.

Analysis by Oidhaco in which we present the main points of concern over the bill regulating the military criminal reform which claims to “clarify” the provisions of international humanitarian law (IHL).

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