Experts blame the UN for military control of Libya sins

The government of Libya has committed crimes against humanity and war crimes during the oppression of anti-government protests — such conclusion is contained in the report of the independent international commission of inquiry into human rights violations in Libya. Report was presented in Geneva on Wednesday at the 17th session of the UN Human Rights Council (HRC).

During the visit, the members own the April Commission visited Libya, Tunisia and Egypt. They interviewed the participants in the events Libya — doctors, lawyers, military, visited the clinics, the bullpen, the border regions pt. In total, the document containing 5 thousand pages, contains about 2.2 thousand photos and more than 580 videos, provides evidence of more than 350 man, including 113 doctors. As highlighted in the document "commission concluded that crimes against humanity and war crimes have been committed by the Government Libya. "

Members of the commission examined the cases of excess introduction of force and extrajudicial executions, disappearances, random arrests, torture, sexy violence, attacks on civilian persons, medical personnel, journalists and humanitarian targets, restrictions on freedom of speech.

Commission also could see a few reports on the violation of the norms of international law on the part of the rebels, but experts are not considered likely to label them as war crimes.

As expected, the main human rights body of the United Nations make out report on Mon, June 6. Commission was formed in accordance with the resolution adopted unanimously on February 25 at a special meeting of the HRC in Geneva. It is headed by a UN expert on human rights of the Egyptian Cherif Bassiouni. The commission also includes Canadian Philippe Kirsch, who was the first chairman of the internationality of the criminal trial, and human rights activist Asma Khader of Jordan, ITAR-TASS reported.

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