NCIAVHR Discusses with the British Embassy Political Attaché Opportunities for Peace Achievement based on the Human Rights Protection
Wednesday, January 18, 2023
The National Commission to Investigate Alleged Violations of Human Rights (NCIAVHR) today held a meeting with the Political Attaché at the British Embassy in Yemen in the interim capital, Aden.
In the meeting, the deputy head of the Commission, Judge Hussein Al-Mashdali, and the member of the Commission, Judge Ishraq Al-Maqtari, discussed the tasks of the Commission in documentation and investigation and its role in promoting the rule of law.
The members also discussed the Commission’s efforts to pursue the establishment of a court and prosecution specialized in human rights violations. They also expressed the Commission’s view of the steps to build comprehensive peace by restoring the influence and presence of the state and the participation of victims.
The Commission’s members also reviewed the vision of the Commission in activating accountability, cooperating with civil society and the judiciary in limiting grave violations, preparing mechanisms for comprehensive and effective redress, and the importance of concerted all national, regional, and international efforts to achieve this right and human demand.
For their part, Mr. William Spring, Political Attaché, and Mr. Peter Dudley, Head of the Political Department at the British Embassy, stressed the importance of the Commission’s work and the need for it to continue investigating violations, covering all areas and violations, and overcoming any challenges.
The diplomats expressed Britain’s support for the Commission’s continuation of this important role, which is one of the pillars of building peace based on the rule of law.