Libya: 3rd Periodic Report, 2002-2005

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This Report covers the period from 2002 to 2005 and consists of five major parts that represent a general context that responds to the requirements of the provisions of the African Charter. It outlines the broad aspects of the experience of the Great Jamahiriya in the field of human rights.

The five Chapters cover:

  1. The geographic and demographic characteristics of the country
  2. The political, administrative and judicial organisation
  3. The issue of human rights
  4. Protection and monitoring mechanisms
  5. The realisation of the various rights stipulated in the Charter

With annexes:

 

  • The First Proclamation by the Revolution
  • The Great Green Document on Human Rights in the Era of the Masses
  • Law No. 20 of 1991 on the Consolidation of Freedoms
  • Document on the Rights and Obligations of Women in the Era of the Masses

 

This Report covers the period from 2002 to 2005 and consists of five major parts that represent a general context that responds to the requirements of the provisions of the African Charter. It outlines the broad aspects of the experience of the Great Jamahiriya in the field of human rights.

The five Chapters cover:

  1. The geographic and demographic characteristics of the country
  2. The political, administrative and judicial organisation
  3. The issue of human rights
  4. Protection and monitoring mechanisms
  5. The realisation of the various rights stipulated in the Charter

With annexes:

  • The First Proclamation by the Revolution
  • The Great Green Document on Human Rights in the Era of the Masses
  • Law No. 20 of 1991 on the Consolidation of Freedoms
  • Document on the Rights and Obligations of Women in the Era of the Masses