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Article 161 stipulates that the National Human Rights Council shall be a national, pluralistic and independent institution. It shall be in charge of looking into all matters pertaining to the defense and protection of human rights and liberties, the provision of guarantees for their full exercise and promotion, as well as the preservation of the dignity, and the individual and collective rights of citizens, men and women alike, in full compliance with the appropriate national and universal frame of reference.

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