CONASADH deeply concerned at Security Council’s apathy towards human rights conventions

Chahid El Hafed (refugee camps), May 12, 2015 (SPS) - The Saharawi National Commission for Human Rights (CONASADH) has expressed “deep concern and regret” for UN Security Council’s apathy towards human rights charters and conventions, through refusing, in its latest resolution, to adopt a human rights mechanism in Western Sahara.
In a statement issued at the end of its 2nd general gathering, CONASADH called upon the international community, notably the United Nations, to fulfill its obligations in a way that is consistent with the UN’s goals and principles in building a world founded on respect for human and peoples’ rights, mainly of which the right of colonial peoples to self-determination and independence.
CONASADH held its gathering on May 7-8, 2015 in the province of Boujdur, Saharawi refugee camps.
During the meeting, members of the Commission elected to the executive bureau the following gentlemen; Cheija Lawlad, Hafdalla Chaddad Brahim, Nuha Abidin and Yahdih Gaid Saleh. (SPS)