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The government stated that members of the United Nations Human Rights Commission of Experts are discussing with government officials and stakeholders.
Addis Ababa, The government stated that members of the United Nations Human Rights Commission of Experts are in discussions with government officials and relevant stakeholders in Addis Ababa.
The Government Communication Service issued a statement on the matter.
The full text of the statement is as follows:
Declaration of the Commission of Experts on Human Rights
The International Human Rights Commission of Experts, which was established by the United Nations Human Rights Council to investigate human rights violations in the context of the conflict in Ethiopia, especially in the northern part of our country, is in Addis Ababa to discuss the possibility of cooperation with our country.
The United Nations Human Rights Council has established a commission of experts to investigate human rights violations in the context of the conflict in Ethiopia, especially in the northern part of our country. The government of the Federal Republic of Ethiopia,.
The process by which this commission was established and the responsibilities given to it, lacks transparency, has inappropriate political influence, and the government has to implement the joint investigation of human rights violations conducted by the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights and the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission, as well as the recommendations of this joint investigation team. It is recalled that he expressed his opposition by pointing out that the action he was taking was not properly considered.
Based on this, the government has stated that it will not cooperate with this commission. However, in previous discussions with the members of the commission and other stakeholders, When the commission established by the Human Rights Council takes into account the basic position of the government and upholds the principle of complementarity, which emphasizes that the international human rights system should be seen as a supporter and complement of the national legal system, free from inappropriate political interests.
The United Nations High Commission on Human Rights It has been stated that if the Office and the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission do not repeat the joint investigation and the government acts in a way that does not interfere with the measures it is taking to ensure accountability, if it is possible to hear about the modalities of engagement, there will be an opportunity to reconsider the issue of cooperation with the commission.
Accordingly, to continue the discussions started in Geneva, the members of the expert commission are in Addis Ababa in discussions with government officials and relevant stakeholders.
Government Communication Service