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Czech Republic got place in Human Rights Council instead of Russia

Category : International
Published on: May 14 2022 Share on facebook

  • The UN General Assembly has voted overwhelmingly for the Czech Republic to replace Russia on the Human Rights Council, the world organization’s leading human rights body.
  • The vote was 157 countries in favor and 23 abstentions.
  • Russia was suspended from the council last month by a vote in the General Assembly.
  • Since its Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine, Russia has lost its spot on multiple U.N. bodies, including the executive boards of UN Women and the UN children’s agency UNICEF, the Committee on Non-governmental Organizations and the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. 
  • It was also suspended from the World Tourism Organization.
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