A northern pacific nation spread over more than 1,000 islands and islets, the Marshall Islands have a longstanding association with the United States, reinforced by the latter’s enduring military presence. Governed as a presidential democracy, the Marshall Islands combine an elected lower house with a council of advisors drawn from traditional tribal chiefs. Human rights concerns include child labour, sexual exploitation and violence against children.
For more information please see the Child Rights Wiki
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