Belarus remains a UN blacklist

Meeting could end in even a day or in the first half. Most of the members of the Council supported the compromise approaches, whereby monitor human rights should be at times — once every four years, with all 192 UN member states, and not in the 11, that have not a good reputation. Decreased and the number of officially universally recognized "problem states". 11 Instead they became the ninth of the so called "blacklist" excluded Cuba and Belarus, and these states UN special rapporteur mandate liquidated. Seeing as before is a live for Burundi, Cambodia, North Korea, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Myanmar, Somalia and Sudan. For approval decisions, but the consensus was needed.
Shortly before the expected finish of Germany on behalf of the eight states of the European Union claimed, that in crisis situations, the new UN human rights body could order study the human rights situation in the so-called countries of concern and make a stand.
Salting Germany which is presently EU presidency, Michael Steiner, specifically about the fate of troubled states, including and Belarus. And only the possibility of new destinations for the new EU observers gives UN human rights bodies more or less impartially to track the situation.
Steiner: "Our policy is to resolve all issues with other members of the Council. We present approaches to European values in a human and are going to hold them under the new UN human rights body. Others favor a reexamination of the actual situation human rights municipal based messages. All this must be addressed together for the creation of a mechanism. "
Speech Germany once again in the midst of disagreement caused so called eastern most. China has said that the destination speakers for crisis situations must be quorum of two-thirds majority. But the Europeans insisted on consensus solutions.

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