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Aceh seeds

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About Aceh seeds

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Aceh specifications

Aceh is a strain which is a pure sativa variety and has a THC percentage of 10%. This strain has a low percentage of CBD. Aceh has the acronym Ach. Grow Aceh seeds and get a fine marijuana plant with generous crops. Grow Aceh seeds into a nice and bushy marijuana plant, the Aceh has an average flowering time.

The failure to establish the truth has contributed to a culture of impunity for the serious rights abuses committed during the conflict – not a single new case has been prosecuted since the 2005 peace agreement.

Some groups, like many women survivors of sexual violence during the conflict, have been unable to access the existing programmes. .

Many of these human rights abuses constitute crimes under international law, including possible crimes against humanity and war crimes. Under international law, Indonesia has an obligation to investigate these crimes, and where sufficient evidence exists, to prosecute suspects in accordance with international fair trial standards.

As time passes, there is a risk that valuable information is being lost, making the establishment of an effective truth commission even more urgent.

“We are still fighting, not against the government, but for the government to remember what happened to us. They do not have the right to forget.”

“Victims we have talked to are happy with the relative stability since the 2005 peace agreement, but can’t understand why their rights to truth and justice are not respected,” Arradon said.

There has yet to be a comprehensive reparation programme that, on top of financial compensation, includes other measures such as a formal apology, and commemoration programmes for victims.

“The Indonesian government’s failure to provide genuine truth, justice and reparation for victims and their families is causing immense suffering for people in Aceh today,” Isabelle Arradon, Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia Pacific Director, said.

"Family members still do not know what has happened to disappeared loved ones and are struggling to get by, while those responsible walk free," Isabelle Arradon, Amnesty International's deputy Asia Pacific director, said.

Both sides are accused of human rights abuses.

There has been no response to the report from the Indonesian government so far.

"The following year, in 1999, my brother was killed, and then another brother. We don't know where their graves are," he said.

Victims are still waiting for justice, truth and reparation almost eight years after the conflict, the report says.

"The situation is breeding resentment that could sow the seeds of a future return to violence," she added.

One Aceh resident, Murtala, told the BBC Indonesian service his father had been arrested by mistake.