Giri v. Nepal

Reference: CCPR/C/101/D/1761/2008

Decision Year: 2011-03-24

Information Source: Mr. Richard Goldman (victim's lawyer)

According to the Victim or his/her Counsel:
The victims have been granted permanent residence status in Canada on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. The decision was published, but only on the Heritage Canada website, which is a relatively obscure location.

Related Articles:

  • Article 10.1 Article 2.3 Article 7 Article 9

Keywords:

  • Conditions of detention Torture / ill-treatment

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