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01-04-2022 | Conference extracts

HRC49 Resolution L.12 on Myanmar 01April 2022

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The resolution (A/HRC/49/L.12) on the Situation of human rights in Myanmar, was adopted without a vote as orally revised.

The Human Rights Council decided to extend the mandate of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar for a further period of one year, it requested the Special Rapporteur to present an oral progress report to the Council at its fiftieth and fifty-first sessions and to submit a written report to the Third Committee of the General Assembly at its seventy-seventh session and to the Council at its fifty-second session.  It further requests the Special Rapporteur to continue to monitor the situation of human rights in Myanmar and make recommendations on additional steps necessary to address the ongoing crisis.  In addition, it requests the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to monitor and assess the overall situation of human rights in Myanmar; to provide an oral update to the fifty-first session of the Council, a written update at its fifty-third session, to be followed by an interactive dialogue, and a comprehensive report at its fifty-fourth session, also to be followed by an interactive dialogue.  The Council further reiterated the need to establish a country office of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Myanmar. 

 


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