Vanuatu facing economic sanctions over inaction on human rights abuses.
While the UN Special Rapporteur on Arbitrary Detention says she has not personally seen the new document, she wrote in a post on her Facebook page on Monday that «it is clear that the Special Rapporteur has been silenced because of some internal debate, but it is also apparent that some human rights lawyers have no compunction to 바카라사이트challenge them to the fullest extent.»
A spokeswoman for the UN special rapporteur could not immediately be reached for comment.
In 2012, the UN special rapporteur 바카라사이트on the human rights and securit카지노 사이트y of indigenous people submitted a lengthy report about the treatment of Papua New Guinean Tamils, saying the government of the island lacked the legal authority to implement the country’s colonial-era laws in terms of human rights. She described her experience as a lawyer for several Indigenous people, including Tamils, who were held as national criminals.
The document, sent to the UN Human Rights Committee for approval in November 2012, was approved after UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay visited Indonesia last week.
She will discuss the issue in the Council this week, possibly alongside European Union and American allies, for the first time since the document was passed in December 2012.