The government of Dominica has objected to a poor ranking given by the Children’s Rights International network (CRIN) in a report on the access of justice to children on the island where Dominica was ranked 145th out of 197 countries around the world in terms of children’s access to justice.
However, the government says the ranking does not reflect the country’s position on the matter.
As such, government says it has written to CRIN, expressing what it says is its objections to the report, and has requested that the report takes into consideration the responses from the office of the Attorney General, and to revise the report and ranking.
In a statement, the government says it has reviewed the report and the office of the Attorney General has provided 7 objections to it.
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