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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
A consistent feature raised by speakers was the threat of debt bondage facing migrant workers, who are often charged excessive and even illegal recruitment fees and other costs at different stages of the migration process. (...) A/HRC/23/48/Add.4 GE.13-11643 7 conventions and to establish the mechanisms required to prevent unscrupulous recruitment agencies from charging workers excessive fees for services. 13. Other speakers highlighted a key model of ethical recruitment, the business benefits of the model, some of the challenges faced in implementing it and the measures that help to eliminate risks of trafficking for workers. (...) Are deductions made from workers’ wages lawful, authorized and not excessive? 21. Are wage advances or loans provided to workers, including interest rates and repayment terms, compliant with the law, advised to workers in their own language and agreed in advance by both parties?
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON INDEPENDENCE OF JUDGES AND LAWYERS, GABRIELA KNAUL : ADDENDUM
In the view of the Special Rapporteur, these provisions might add an excessive burden of pressure on the judges and possibly limit their capacity to examine cases in depth. 28. (...) These concern the need to ensure that measures taken to speed up legal proceedings are not detrimental to certain courts within the judicial system and that they do not place an excessive burden of pressure on prosecutors and judges. (...) Judges, and other stakeholders informed the Special Rapporteur that cases are filed at a rate considered far in excess of what judges in the jurisdiction of the courts can dispose of within reasonable time, and that this is exacerbated by the fast pace of legislative change.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT, JUAN E. MENDEZ : ADDENDUM
The Special Rapporteur expresses concern about the excessive length of garde à vue during which detainees do not have access to a lawyer. (...) The situation during and after the revolution 1. Excessive use of force and abuses committed during the revolution 36. (...) Witnesses who had participated in protests in Tunis, Kasserine and Bizerte, consistently alleged that despite the largely peaceful nature of the demonstrations, the security forces frequently intervened with excessive use of force. According to some reports and testimonies, the authorities used tear gas and live ammunition.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OF PUNISHMENT ON HIS MISSION TO BRAZIL
Severe kicking, beating (sometimes with sticks and truncheons), suffocation, the administration of electrical shocks with taser guns, the use of pepper spray, tear gas, noise bombs and rubber bullets, and profuse amounts verbal abuse and threats are reported as the most frequent methods used by police and prison personnel, not as a means of legitimate crowd control or of breaking up disturbances that merit some use of force, but rather in the context of excessive use of force and/or punishment. 52. Inside penitentiaries, prison personnel are often heavily armed, including with assault rifles, shotguns and hand guns – in one instance, the delegation even saw a tear-gas and flash-bang grenade launcher – which testifies to an extraordinarily high level of tension. (...) The Special Rapporteur acknowledges the National Committee for the Prevention and Fight against Torture and the national mechanism to prevent and combat torture as steps in the right direction to deal with occurrences of torture, and expresses the hope that these result in a robust policy to ensure accountability and break the cycle of impunity. Excessive use of force: killings and “accidental deaths” during arrests and in custody 60. (...) In the vast majority of cases of excessive use of force, the police routinely file reports indicating “resistance to arrest followed by death”, thereby avoiding the duty to bring the perpetrators before a court.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE INDEPENDENCE OF JUDGES AND LAWYERS, GABRIELA KNAUL - MISSION TO PORTUGAL
A 2011 study already noted that the excessive number of legal reforms and the lack of the necessary attention given to the quality of the new norms, and their potential impact, constituted a serious problem in the country. 13 Even if some legal changes are timely and aimed at bringing norms into accordance with international and regional agreements, continued changes can be very problematic, not only because they can complicate the work of judges, prosecutors and lawyers, but also because they obviously make it more difficult for the public in general to understand norms and proceedings.
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION : ADDENDUM
General remarks.............................................................................................. 40–43 9 B. Excessive use of pretrial detention ................................................................. 44–68 10 C. (...) However, the Working Group consistently received information that the excessive use of pretrial detention is prevalent throughout the criminal justice system in Hungary. 56. (...) The other serious problem is the excessive length of pretrial detention in a considerable number of cases: suspects often remain in detention for several months, or even years. 68.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF OPINION AND EXPRESSION, FRANK LA RUE : ADDENDUM
The Special Rapporteur reiterates that, for a statement to be considered defamatory, it must be false, injure another person’s reputation and be made with malicious intent to cause injury to another individual’s reputation.2 Furthermore, the following principles must be respected: (a) public figures should refrain from bringing defamation suits, as they are required to tolerate a greater degree of criticism than private citizens; (b) to require truth in the context of publications relating to matters of public interest is excessive; (c) with regard to opinions, it should be clear that only patently unreasonable views should qualify as defamatory; (d) the onus of proof of all elements should be on those claiming to have been defamed rather than on the defendant; where truth is an issue, the burden of proof lies with the plaintiff; (e) in defamation actions, a range of remedies should be available, including apology and/or correction; penal sanctions, in particular imprisonment, should never be applied.3 To this end, the Special Rapporteur notes that Law No. 12-05 offers the right of reply when someone has been the subject of slanderous accusations that may harm his honour or reputation (art. 101) without having to take legal action.
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REPORT OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND FOLLOW-UP TO THE WORLD CONFERENCE ON HUMAN RIGHTS : ADDENDUM
Most of these A/HRC/7/38/Add.2 página 9 treatment8 and excessive periods of pretrial detention and lack of legal aid continue to be recorded. (...) OHCHR continued to monitor the situation of human rights in Karamoja, particularly in the light of the recommendations made by the High Commissioner in previous reports.10 Reports in November 2006 and April 2007 highlighted that UPDF disarmament operations, especially in Kotido early in November 2006, amounted to indiscriminate and excessive use of force by the army. The High Commissioner reiterated calls on the Government to respect its obligations to protect the human rights of all individuals under its jurisdiction and cease the use of indiscriminate and excessive use of force against men, women and children; and to take all necessary measures, including reviewing the disarmament process, to prevent any further human rights violations in Karamoja. 10. (...) As a result, the backlog of cases has lead to excessive periods of pretrial detention. In recognition of these challenges, the Government’s Justice, Law and Order Sector has recently initiated a number of measures to reduce the backlog and to increase access to justice for all in northern and north-eastern Uganda.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 27 SEPTEMBER 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF ARMENIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
The Armenophobic policy and the consistent threats of use of force pursued by the leadership of Azerbaijan for years, the rejection of proposals by the international mediators to resolve the conflict and strengthen the ceasefire, systematic and regular ceasefire violations, excessive accumulation of weaponry in violation of international obligations and periodic offensive military drills along the line of contact, refusal to join the UN Secretary-General's call for a global ceasefire, as well as post-war statements denying the very existence of Nagorno-Karabakh, demonstrate that Azerbaijan has never been interested in a peaceful settlement of the conflict.
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Puntuación: 757465.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/HRC/48/G/9&Lang=S
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 15 SEPTEMBER 2011 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE REPUBLIC OF YEMEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
Extrajudicial killing and the excessive use of force Paragraph (26): with respect to the excessive use of force to confront peaceful demonstrations and the alleged documentation of the use of live ammunition, different kinds of tear gases, batons, electronic stun guns and polluted water spraying…etc: • We once again confirm that the allegation of the excessive use of force is not true. (...) CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS: Paragraphs (64): regarding the excessive and disproportionate use of lethal force by the state. We emphasize on the following: • We have previously mentioned that no excessive force was used. Recourse to force is only for critical situations as the ultimate option when there is aggression or threat to the lives of citizens and security personnel by riot mobs and armed men.
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