- Include in the Constitution a provision that expressly excludes the jurisdiction of military tribunals to try and adjudicate serious violations of international human rights law and IHL, including crimes under international law;
- Amend the Military Penal Code, the Military Code of Criminal Procedure and any related laws to:
o Transfer the competence to try and adjudicate crimes under international law from military tribunals to ordinary civilian courts;
o Limit the jurisdiction of military tribunals to specifically military offences committed by armed force members that do not constitute human rights violations; and
- Ensure that military tribunals, when trying and adjudicating offences under their jurisdiction, comply with international fair trial standards.