GENEVA (5 April 2018) – The UN Human Rights Committee has published its findings on the civil and political rights record of countries it examined during its latest session: Guatemala, El Salvador, Norway, Lebanon and Hungary.
The Committee’s dialogue with Liberia was postponed to its July session.
The findings, officially termed concluding observations, contain positive aspects of the respective State’s implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), and also main matters of concern and recommendations.
The concluding observations are now available here:
The UN Human Rights Committee will next meet from 2 to 27 July to review Algeria, Bahrain, Equatorial Guinea, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Lithuania, Liberia, and Gambia.
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