NCIVHR Meets the President of the Presidential Leadership Council

NCIVHR Meets the President of the Presidential Leadership Council

 

Aden,
Thursday, October 27, 2022

The Chairperson and members of the National Commission to Investigate Alleged Violations to Human Rights (NCIAVHR), Thursday, met with His Excellency President Dr. Rashad Mohammed Al-Alimi, Chairman of the Presidential Leadership Council, at the Ma’ashiq Palace in the interim capital, Aden.

During the meeting, the Commission CHairperson, Judge Ahmed Al-Muflihi, handed over to the President of the Presidential Leadership Council a copy of the Commission’s tenth report.

The members of the Commission presented a brief summary on the activities of the Commission, including the field visits to the areas of violations in different governorates, and the difficulties and challenges they faced while performing their work.

The members also reviewed the findings of the Commission’s activities on the sidelines of the 51st session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, and their meetings with the ambassadors of European and Arab groups and the American and Dutch missions.

The members of the National Investigation Committee discussed with the Chairman of the Presidential Leadership Council the facilities required to fulfill the tasks of the committee under the relevant national and international laws.

For his part, Mr. Al-Alimi affirmed the commitment of the leadership and the government to provide all facilities so that the Commission accomplishes its tasks in investigating allegations of human rights violations. He also directed the concerned authorities to cooperate with the Commission for being the approved national mechanism and reference as a local and international partner in achieving professional and impartial investigations.

The Chairman of the Presidential Leadership Council encouraged the National Commission to redouble its efforts in taking the necessary measures to monitor and document all violations against civilians, reduce cases of impunity, violations, and violence against women, children, journalists, and human rights activists, and effectively maintain coordination with the judicial authority and relevant authorities.

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