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A ruling on July 6, 2011, by Mexico’s Supreme Court should bring reform of Mexico’s flawed military justice system and accountability for soldiers accused of human rights violations closer. The court ruled that Mexico’s courts are obligated to comply with an Inter-American Court judgment in an enforced disappearance case and that its jurisprudence should be taken into account by Mexico’s judges.

(Washington, DC) – A ruling on July 6, 2011, by Mexico’s Supreme Court should bring reform of Mexico’s flawed military justice system and accountability for soldiers accused of human rights violations closer, Human Rights Watch said today.

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