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Haitian human-rights: The independent expert Gustavo Gallón in assessment mission and monitoring


Haiti-Droits humains�: L’expert ind�pendant Gustavo Gall�n en mission d’�valuation et de suivi: In this report, submitted to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations (UN) in Geneva, March 24, 2015, on the situation in the country, the expert invited "national authorities and international cooperation focus attention on five remarkably serious situations ".This is illiteracy, prolonged pretrial detention, the absence of elections, repairing human rights violations of the past and the living conditions of IDPs. During his previous visit took place from Sunday, February 22 to Tuesday, March 3, 2015 - to assess the situation of human rights including civil and political - Gustavo Gall�n looked at social inequality, the situation of persons deprived of freedom, the rule of law, violations of human rights committed in the past and the impact of disasters on human rights.

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