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Washington renewed its attack on the UN Human Rights Council and accuses him of "failure"

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Washington renewed its attack on the UN Human Rights Council and accuses him of "failure"

Post by rocky on Fri 10 Aug 2018, 2:45 am

Washington renewed its attack on the UN Human Rights Council and accuses him of "failure"

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The United Nations' permanent representative to the United Nations, Nicky Healy, renewed her attack on the UN Human Rights Council, saying that her country had withdrawn from him because of his "continued failure to address flagrant human rights violations in the Western Hemisphere, .
 
"The failures of the Human Rights Council make the selection of the UN Secretary-General to the new High Commissioner for Human Rights more important," the US ambassador said late Wednesday.
"The United Nations has failed to address the major human rights crises in Iran, North Korea, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and elsewhere, or to stop its chronic obsession with Israel."
The statement by the US ambassador, commenting on the UN announcement, the intention of Secretary-General Antonio Guterich, to disclose the name of his candidate for the post of High Commissioner for Human Rights, soon.
Although Vice-Spokesman Farhan Haq denied Western media reports on Tuesday that Guterres had already chosen former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet for the post, Hely said in her statement that "it is up to Bachelet to speak out against the Council's failures Human rights rather than accepting the status quo, and we hope to do so, because that's what we're going to do. "
The nomination of the candidate for the post requires the endorsement of the General Assembly of the United Nations, a protocol procedure, as Member States (193 States) have not rejected nominations of the Secretariat.
Bachelet has been president of the United Nations Women's Organization between 2010 and 2013, before taking over as president in 2014 and until March. -


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