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What’s new about Ethiopian human rights commission

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Ethiopian Media Authority inclinations Medias not to communicate Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed’s new meeting before the political race. On June 15, the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR), reported that “as per its command of advancement and insurance of basic liberties in Africa under Article 45 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (the African Charter),” a Commission of Inquiry on Tigray was shaped and “will formally initiate its work on 17 June 2021.”

As indicated by ACHPR, the Commission of Inquiry will start its work from its base camp in Banjul, Republic of The Gambia. “The Commission of Inquiry has an order to, entomb alia, examine charges of infringement of global common freedoms law and worldwide compassionate law, and to accumulate all significant data to decide if the claims establish genuine and enormous infringement of basic liberties,” ACHPR said.

In any case, Ethiopia said while it was occupied with acceptable confidence to work with the vital conditions for the joint examination, “the one-sided declaration of ACHPR on setting up a “Commission of Inquiry” subverts the helpful soul and the continuous endeavors of the Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia to formalize the modalities of the expressed examination. It is likewise conflicting with the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights just as the Rules of Procedure of the actual Commission.”

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