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UN's Human Rights body under fire.
The operation of the United Nations for Human Rights.
South Africa's ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva and the current Chairman of the Commission on Human Rights, At a news conference, an ambassador said the group was in a hindrance. His outspoken attack on the work of the commission coincides with the accusations of human rights groups that grave human rights violations in Algeria and China have been ignored.
Before the six-week commission session, both the European Union and the US announced that they would not sponsor a resolution against China in recognition of progress made and continuing discussions on human rights.
For its part, Algeria has vigorously resisted outside intervention, despite persistent calls for the UN to investigate massacres in the country which have led to the deaths of more than 65,000 people since 1992.
A US-based Human Rights Watch member of the US human rights policy.
The commission passed resolutions criticizing killings and other abuses in Afghanistan, Congo, Colombia, Iran, Iraq, Burma, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sudan and the former Yugoslavia. A vote on Burundi is expected, along with a statement on east Timor.
South Africa's ambassador attributed the failures of consistency to group voting, and said he would be urging the commission to reform. He would also be recommending changes to the commission's agenda the next year so that he could look more flexibly at different human rights situations.
At the same time, he said the commission, which was celebrated on the 50th anniversary, had some successes, including a declaration on states.
The UN Human Rights Body is under fire.
the work of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights was attacked yesterday by its own Chairman, as well as by the human rights group for playing politics, and not a real attempt to promote human rights and eliminate violations.
South Africa ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva and the current Chairman of the Commission, said that it is important to reform the voting system of the bloc that led people to vote on the basis of the group's solidarity and not essentially on human rights issues. At the press conference before the end of the Commission's annual session, the ambassador stated that the group system could have been used in the past, but now it was a "hindrance." His outspoken attacks on the functioning of the Commission coincided with the accusations of human rights groups that gross violations in Algeria and China were ignored human rights.
Prior to the six-week session of the Commission, both the European Union and the US announced that they would not sponsor resolutions against China, recognizing the progress made and the continuation of discussions on human rights.
For its part, Algeria vigorously resisted outside intervention, despite constant appeals to the United Nations to investigate the massacres in the country, which led to the death of more than 65,000 people since 1992.
A member of the American Human Rights Watch said nothing to do on China and Algeria, the United States contributed surprise to the defeat of its resolution on Cuba, because he stressed that "the lack of agreed standards" in US policy of human rights.
The Commission adopted resolutions criticizing killings and other violations in Afghanistan, Congo, Colombia, Iran, Iraq, Burma, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sudan and the former Yugoslavia. A vote is expected on Burundi, along with a statement in East Timor.
The South African ambassador explained the failure of consistency for the voting group and said he would urge the Commission to take a look at the reforms. He will also recommend changes to the Commission's agenda next year so that it can look more flexible in different human rights, rather than continue to discuss the same old issues.
at the same time, he told the Commission, which celebrated its 50th anniversary, had some successes, including the Declaration calling on states to protect human rights defenders who went to the UN General Assembly for approval.
UNITED NATIONS Human Rights Body in the framework of the fire.
the work of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights was attacked yesterday from its chairman, as well as human rights groups, in order to play political, not to try to promote human rights and eliminate violations.
The Ambassador of South Africa to the United Nations in Geneva and the current chairman of the commission, said that the need for reform of the voting system block, led to the fact that people vote on the basis of solidarity, rather than on the substance of issues relating to human rights. At a press conference before the end of the annual session of the Commission, the ambassador said that the group's system may not be used in the past, but it is currently an "obstacle." His zealously attacking the work of the commission coincided with accusations from human rights groups that serious violations of human rights in Algeria, and China were ignored.
up to six weeks of the Commission's session, both the European Union and the United States announced that they will not co-sponsor the resolution against China in recognition of the progress achieved and the ongoing discussions on human rights.
Algeria, for its part, resolutely oppose attempts to intervene despite persistent appeals to the United Nations to investigate the killings in the country, which led to the deaths of more than 65,000 people since 1992.
And to us, on the basis of the human rights monitoring organization, the member states said nothing does for China and Algeria in the United States contributed to the surprise defeat of its resolution on Cuba, because he stressed the "lack of agreed standards" in politics in the field of human rights.
The Commission adopted resolutions criticizing killings and other violations in Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Colombia, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq, Burma, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sudan and the former Yugoslavia. a vote on the question of Burundi is not expected, along with a statement on the question of East Timor.
The South African ambassador explained the sequence's failure to the voting group, and said he urged the reform commission. In addition, he recommends changes to the agenda of the next year's Commission so that it could look more flexible in responding to various human rights situations, rather than continuing the discussion with the same old one.
At the same time, he noted that the commission that celebrated its 50th anniversary, some successes, including a statement calling on states to protect human rights defenders that go to the General Assembly of the United Nations for approval.
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