111th session, (7 – 25 July 2014)

Problems of the Report and Reply by the Japanese Government

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Problems of the Report and Reply by the Japanese Government

  1. Japanese government’s sixth periodic report cannot be seen as a report on implementation of responsible measures recommended by the Committee in 2008 review. It just stops at repeatedly listing failed measures that UN human rights bodies have decided to be insufficient. As a response, the Committee requested more information on legislative and administrative measures through List of Issues; however, the Japanese government once again repeated the same replies. The Korean Council would like to point out the fact that those replies do not meet the victims’ expectations, are not fundamental measures and are contradictory to the truth.

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