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Gammel 17th October 2020, 07:23 AM
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Berlingske Tidende klynger sig til et forældet verdenssyn. Og reformer vil ikke ske nu hvor Vestens magt stille og roligt mindskes over det næste århundrede.

De er harme over at Saudi-Arabien og lige sindede stater er i Menneskerettighedsrådet, mens borgerlige politikere i EU hurtigt glemmer alle overgreb.

https://www.berlingske.dk/ledere/dan...-fn-reformeret


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FN lider under omfattende korruption, mangel på handlekraft og en situation, hvor det f.eks. virker direkte fornærmende på demokratiske stater, at totalitære lande som Saudi-Arabien, Cuba, Rusland og Kina kan sidde i et menneskerettighedsråd

Rightwing MEPs bend to Saudi will after Khashoggi death

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Gambling with human rights

The centre-right EPP group had demanded a whole series of separate votes on statements in a move designed to get them pulled from the arms report.

Although they lost, the efforts shine light into a group that appears to play human rights against geo-politics.

Aside from refusing to support extra restrictions on Saudi weapons exports, they also widely opposed sale bans to the United Arab Emirates and the Yemeni government.

Other proposals to halt exports of arms and surveillance technology used by the Egyptians against human rights defenders were also shot down by numerous centre-right MEPs.

Spanish centre-right MEP Antonio López-Istúriz White said the EPP had opposed the statements because there "is a long tradition in the group against the practice of 'naming and shaming'."
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