Report of UN Special Rapporteur on situation in Belarus Miklos Haraszti
The report of the Special
Rapporteur on the situation in Belarus, Miklos Haraszti, was
presented on 4 June at the 23rd session of the UN Human Rights
Council held in Geneva from 27 May to 14 June.
According to Mr. Haraszti, human rights in Belarus are systematically limited, especially in the case of freedom of association, assembly and expression, as well as the right tothe proper conduct of the trial and a fair trial. The Special Rapporteur notes the centralization of the legislative and executive branches around Lukashenka's team.
The full text of the Report, which is available at the website of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights of the United Nations on the following address:
- a-hrc-23-52_en.pdf (0.64 Mb)