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Global NGO Campaign to Remove Libya from the UN Human Rights Council - إنطلاق حملة عالمية من أجل طرد ليبيا من عضوية مجلس حقوق الإنسان بالأمم المتحدة على إعتبار ان إنتخاب ليبيا لعضوية هذا المجلس اساءة لحقوق الإنسان في العالم.

 8 أيلول (سبتمبر) 2010    Libya

Global NGO Campaign to Remove Libya from the UN Human Rights Council

إنطلاق حملة عالمية من أجل طرد ليبيا من عضوية مجلس حقوق الإنسان بالأمم المتحدة على إعتبار ان إنتخاب ليبيا لعضوية هذا المجلس اساءة لحقوق الإنسان في العالم.

The election of the Libyan Arab Jamahariya to the United Nations Human Rights Council is an outrage to the global human rights community. Given its notorious record as one of the worlds worst violators of human rights, the Qaddafi regimes membership on the Council flies in the face of the United Nations promise, enshrined in Resolution 60/251 (2006), to elect member states that are committed to the promotion and protection of human rights.

As a global coalition of non-governmental organizations dedicated to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we refuse to remain silent. We call on the international community to invoke Article 8 of the aforementioned resolution, which provides for the suspension of membership of states that commit systematic violations of human rights, unless and until the Qaddafi regime:

- Ends its systematic violation of the right to life, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, the right to equality, the right to peaceful assembly, and the right to free political organization.

- Ends its practices of arbitrary arrest, torture, and discrimation against minorities, in particularly the persecution of two million black African migrants.

- Acknowledges its crimes commiitted against the six medical workers, who were framed in 1998 under false charges of poisoning children with HIV, and then imprisoned, tortured, and sentenced to death row; apologizes; and provides full compensation to the six victims.

- Acknowledges its crimes in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, and ceases to celebrate the convicted Libyan agent who was released from prison last year.

- Agrees to an international, independent investigation into the imprisonment and torture of Libyan human rights activist and dissident Fathi Eljahmi, resulting finally in his death in 2009.

- Agrees to an international, independent investigation into the massacre of an estimated 1200 prisoners of the Abu Slim prison.

Please send your name, title and name of NGO to join this urgent NGO campaign, to be presented September 16 in Geneva at the UN by victims of Libyan abuses.

civsoc@unwatch.org
Hillel C. Neuer
Executive Director
United Nations Watch



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