Third Vice Prime Minister opens seminar on human rights

On Monday 5th November, the Third Vice Prime Minister, Charged with Human Rights, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy, oversaw the opening of the seminar workshop on the report on human rights, that the Republic of Equatorial Guinea will present before the United Nations Assembly in 2019.

The seminar workshop took place in the Hilton Hotel in Malabo, with the participation of experts from ministerial departments. The Third Vice Prime Minister, in his speech, stressed that the periodical universal examination is a unique process, in which all UN member States have the opportunity to report on actions taken to improve the situation regarding human rights, and also to meet their obligations in this matter, within the framework of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights.

Your presence here has been through a selection process based on intellectual capacity and dynamism, so that all those here can give the best each has to offer, so that this national report on human rights is a true reflection of the actions taken within the framework of compliance with the recommendations from the latest periodical universal examination of 2014″, said Nsue Mokuy.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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Third Vice Prime Minister opens seminar on human rights

On Monday 5th November, the Third Vice Prime Minister, Charged with Human Rights, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy, oversaw the opening of the seminar workshop on the report on human rights, that the Republic of Equatorial Guinea will present before the United Nations Assembly in 2019.

The seminar workshop took place in the Hilton Hotel in Malabo, with the participation of experts from ministerial departments. The Third Vice Prime Minister, in his speech, stressed that the periodical universal examination is a unique process, in which all UN member States have the opportunity to report on actions taken to improve the situation regarding human rights, and also to meet their obligations in this matter, within the framework of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights.

Your presence here has been through a selection process based on intellectual capacity and dynamism, so that all those here can give the best each has to offer, so that this national report on human rights is a true reflection of the actions taken within the framework of compliance with the recommendations from the latest periodical universal examination of 2014″, said Nsue Mokuy.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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