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COMMITTEE ON ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION CONSIDERS REPORT OF EL SALVADOR
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It was unacceptable that the report stated that since the population of El Salvador was not composed of groups with differing racial characteristics, it could not be said that there was racial discrimination in the country. A similar analysis in the previous country report, submitted in 1995, was re
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  • It was unacceptable that the report stated that since the population of El Salvador was not composed of groups with differing racial characteristics, it could not be said that there was racial discrimination in the country. A similar analysis in the previous country report, submitted in 1995, was rejected by the Committee in its conclusions. Also, ...
  • The ninth to thirteenth periodic reports of El Salvador, submitted in one document (CERD/C/4471/Add.1), highlight at the outset that El Salvador's population is a homogeneous, mestizo (racially mixed) society. Consequently there cannot be said to be racial discrimination in El Salvador. There is no black population in El Salvador and nationals of o...

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