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News code: 24691
Published Date: Monday 12 February 2018 - 17:06:33
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Iran willing to work with international HR bodies, Larijani

Iran willing to work with international HR bodies, Larijani
IRAN  - "Iran does not welcome the UN special rapporteur on Iran's Human Rights due to their biased report, supporting those who insult Islamic values and terrorists like MKO," Mohammad Javad Larijani, Head of Iran's High Council for Human Rights said.

In a message delivered to the Briefing session on Human Rights Achievements in the Islamic Republic of Iran, held on Monday morning in the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Larijani expressed Iran's strong commitment to advance Human Rights in the country.

"Islamic Republic is willing to work with international HR bodies, especially Human Rights Council to advance our aim of improving justice globally and maintain peace, security and development by strengthening human rights."

Larijani dismissed UN special rapporteur reports on Iran as "general and baseless claims"; adding that the appointment of special rapporteur has been done on political agenda "which is not acceptable."
Iran's HR chief also noted that "the double standards" are the main obstacle of a productive HR talks; denouncing the use of human rights as a political tool against Islamic Republic.

"The Islamic Republic of Iran's approach towards human rights is a comprehensive one. In addition to the political and civil rights, the social and economic rights have been paid much attention as well and many tangible achievements have been made in this regard. Apart from international interactions, Iran has made continuous efforts in order to ensure and promote human rights domestically."

He also noted some of the systematic measures taken during the past two years are as follows:

. 22 acts, bills and proposals Ratified or considered and discussed in the parliament.
. More than 31 civil rights charters launched by the government.
. More than 100 civil rights clinics established and run.
. Seven new positions e.g. the president's assistant for civil rights affairs have been established.
. More than 30 national seminars and workshops held with NGOs in attendance.
. Civil rights educational programs prepared for schools' curricula.
. Teaching civil rights to more than 5000 judges and judiciary's staff members.
. More than 410 special civil rights educational programs held for judicial agents.
. More than 17000 hours of civil rights education provided for managers and staff members of the executive organs.
. More than 6500 hours of human rights and civil rights educational programs provided through radio and TV channels.
. Exposed by Mr. President, the final copy of the civil rights charter which is aimed at promoting citizens' rights in different fields is irrevocable for all executive organs. In this regard, it should be noted that the "Respecting Legitimate Freedoms and Safeguarding Civil Rights Act" was ratified in 2005 and assigned 15 essential tasks for the judiciary in this respect.

 

 

News Code: 24691
Published Date: Monday 12 February 2018 - 17:06:33
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