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ICJ et 54 autres organisations envoient une lettre au Secrétaire Général des Nations Unies @antonioguterres

26ème Commémoration

des Accords de Paix de Paris sur le Cambodge

 

Sollicitation pour convoquer à nouveau la

Conférence de Paris sur le Cambodge

compte tenu du démantèlement de la démocratie

par le gouvernement cambodgien

 

LETTRE OUVERTE DE 55 ORGANISATIONS 

Au Secrétaire Général des Nations Unies,

António Guterres

 

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à la FRANCE et à l’INDONESIE

Co-Présidentes de la Conférence de Paix de Paris sur le Cambodge

 

Joko Widodo

E. Macron

 

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Today, on the occasion of the 26th anniversary of the 1991 Paris Peace Conference on Cambodia, the ICJ and 54 other organizations wrote an open letter to the Secretary General of the United Nations and the Conference’s co-chairs.

The letter calls  on them to reconvene the members of the Conference, along with other relevant stakeholders, for an emergency summit to discuss the human rights crisis within the country.

 

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23 Oct 2017

Le #Cambodge s’achemine inexorablement vers le précipice !

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Human Rights in Cambodia – 34th Meeting, 36th Regular Session Human Rights Council

 

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Le Cambodge de HUN Sen est isolé :

un Etat paria !

L’Union Européenne, l’Allemagne, la Suisse, le Japon, la France, l’Australie, la République Tchèque, les Etats-Unis d’Amérique, le Royaume Uni, le Mexique, l’Irlande, et toutes les Organisations Non Gouvernementales ont soutenu le Rapport biannuel de Mme Rhona Smith. Ils ont condamné les violations des Droits de l’Homme au Cambodge.

 

Le Cambodge s’achemine inexorablement vers le précipice !

Government taken to task at UN meet

During the session, Special Rapporteur Rhona Smith said that civil society and the opposition faced severe threats.

“Restrictions of the democratic space and undermining of democratic institutions have reached an unprecedented level in Cambodia’s post-1993 history,” she said. “The country seems to be moving inexorably towards a precipice.”

UN Special Rapporteur Rhona Smith (right) speaks to the press in Phnom Penh last month.

អ្នក​រាយការណ៍ UN រិះគន់​កម្ពុជា​ថា ​បាន​រំលោភ​លើ​សិទ្ធិ​មនុស្ស

អ្នក​រាយការណ៍​ UN៖ អ្វី​ដែល​កម្ពុជា​ត្រូវ​ការ​ពេល​នេះ ​គឺ​សិទ្ធិ​មនុស្ស​ដ៏​រឹង​មាំ​មួយ

 

 

27 Sep 2017

#ONU #France : Réécoutons le discours @EmmanuelMacron devant l’Assemblée Générale des Nations Unies

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 Quelques phrases fortes du discours

Mon pays a une dette à l’égard de tous ceux qu’on a privé de leur voix. Le devoir de la France est de porter les voix oubliées

DIRECT: «le devoir de la 🇫🇷 est de parler pour ceux qu’on n’entend pas»

“Il faudrait que nous retrouvions confiance dans les valeurs fondatrices de l’ONU” – nous devons refonder le multilatéralisme

DIRECT: «l’ ne sera pas renégocié. Il nous lie. Il nous rassemble»

🇫🇷 la France allouera 5 milliards d’euros par an à l’action sr le climat, d’ici à 2020.

🇫🇷 “j’appelle à la désignation d’1 représentant d SG d sr la protection d journalistes ds l monde

Nous gagnerons la bataille contre l’obscurantisme par l’éducation. Nous donnons la possibilité à tous de choisir leur avenir.

A l’ONU, Macron défend une vision du monde aux antipodes de celle de Trump

Donald Trump rabaisse l’ONU

 

This is global Trumpism

 

20 Sep 2017

#cambodge : L’ONU demande que les droits politiques et civiques soient garantis avant les élections de 2018

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights yesterday urged the Cambodian government to guarantee all political and civil rights ahead of next year’s election

 

: UN chief says has concerns ahead about freedoms, political rights, judicial procedures

UN urges government to protect rights

Delegates in session yesterday at the 36th regular session of the Human Rights Council, held at the UN’s office in Geneva.

12 Sep 2017

#cambodge : Arrestation de KEM Sokha : communiqué des Nations Unies

Comment by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein on arrest of Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha

GENEVA (4 September 2017) – I am seriously concerned at the arrest of Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha, which appears to have been carried out with no respect for due process guarantees, including respect for his parliamentary immunity. 

He has been accused of treason, which carries a prison term of between 15 to 30 years, based on a video of a speech he made in 2013 and which has been publicly available since then. I am also concerned that numerous public statements by the Prime Minister and high-ranking officials about Sokha’s supposed guilt breach the presumption of innocence and the right to a fair trial to which he is entitled under Cambodian and international human rights law.

Sokha’s arrest is all the more worrying as it takes place amid other recent measures by the Royal Government of Cambodia. These have led to the closure of a foreign non-governmental organisation and have targeted media companies, including numerous radio stations and one of the main independent English language newspapers, The Cambodia Daily, which has now been forced to cease publication after 24 years.

 

04 Sep 2017