Called on the UN mission to help Iraq (UNAMI), Wednesday, Iraqis to cast their votes in the upcoming parliamentary elections in order to make the change. Was made at the conference held by the mission in Baghdad, on the occasion of the International Day of Human Rights.
The conference was launched in the presence of representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq Nikolai Maldinov and a number of government officials and civil society organizations and a number of human rights defenders.
And chose the General Assembly of the United Nations, in 1950, on 10 December / December as a day for human rights, in order to draw the attention of people around the world to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and nations.
Maldinov said in his speech during the conference that “many Iraqis are suffering from a lack of basic services such as education, health care, housing and opportunities.”
He called on young Iraqis to “participate in the upcoming parliamentary elections for being the best the best way to hear their voices and opinions Altobeiran and making change.” To be held on April 30 next retreat amid tight security, public services and the worsening political differences.
He Maldinov, that “the UN is working side by side with members of the international community to support the young people of Iraq as well as the government and civil society to ensure that human rights become a reality for all Iraqis regardless of their differences.”
He announced Deputy Minister of Human Rights Abdul Karim Abdullah waterfall in his speech to the Conference, “The ministry has completed a number of reports, including the relevant committees of the treaty as a report soon to discuss the way ahead CEDAW in February 2014.”
He added the waterfall, “The ministry is now in the process of preparing a preliminary draft of the UPR report for the second round and it is hoped to be sent to the Human Rights Commission in July next.”
The conference witnessed a presentation on the outcome of the youth by the youth representatives and proposed recommendations were submitted to the Deputy Minister of Human Rights Abdul Abdul Akarmim waterfall for submission to the Human Rights Minister Mohammed Sudanese.
Among these recommendations a fair trial and the rights of minorities and freedom of expression and the right to education and the right to health and the environment.
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