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HRC 34: Resolution on Sri Lanka, sponsored by 13 countries, submitted

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Resolution 34/1 on Promoting reconciliation, accountability and human rights in Sri Lanka has been submitted to the Human Rights Council and now available at HRC Extra net.

Australia, Canada, Germany, Israel, Japan, Montenegro, Norway, Sri Lanka, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America has jointly sponsored the resolution. No African or South American country is on the sponsoring list so far. Some more countries may sponsor the resolution in the final coming week.

The operative para 01 is the most important paragraph of the resolution; it calls on the Sri Lanka government to implement fully the measures identified by the Council in its resolution 30/1 that are outstanding.

The full text of the 34/L1 as submitted follows: As  a PDF:Sri Lanka resolutiion as of 17 March A_HRC_34_L1(1)

 

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