GSP Monitoring Database on Pakistan: International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1976)

Covered area: right to life, freedom of religion, expression and speech, freedom of assembly, rights to due process and a fair trial, abolition of forced labour and slavery

Last Monitoring Mission

last mission to Pakisten took place in October 2018

Monitoring Priorities for current monitoring period

actions in the area of freedom of expression, prevention of torture; reducing the scope for the death penalty and simplifying the procedure for granting mercy petitions; domestic violence; forced, bonded, and child labour; labour inspection; freedom of association; anti-money-laundering; interfaith dialogue policy; and the establishment of a Truth and Reconciliation Committee for victims of enforced disappearances

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Covered area

right to life, freedom of religion, expression and speech, freedom of assembly, rights to due process and a fair trial, abolition of forced labour and slavery

Reporting obligations

State party's report due 28 Jul 2020 (last report submitted 19 Oct 2015 which was due in 2011 (initial report))

GSP Status

GSP+

Granted

janv.-14

Convention

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1976)

Issue area

Human Rights

Monitoring body

CCPR / UN

Reporting cycle

after request (usually every 4 years)

Accession / Ratification

2010

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