Thorough investigation of the crime! At the United Nations venue, Australia was bombarded by more than 30 countries. China made five demands
According to foreign media reports, the event will be held on January 20th, local timeAt the General Assembly of the United Nations Human Rights Council, Australia once again became a target of all countries in the world. Including Canada, Germany and France, a total of more than 30 countries condemned Australia for the issue of children’s age for criminal offenses. There are also many countries that put pressure on Australia’s aboriginal policies.
As usual, the United Nations Human Rights Council regularly reviews the human rights records of member states every 5 years. This year’s review was conducted from January 18th to 29th and involved 14 countries including Australia. Due to the new crown epidemic, this conference was held online, and the main venue was set up in the United Nations conference hall in Geneva.
Formal inquiry on the 20th At the meeting, the Chinese representative submitted five recommendations to Australia, including actions to”combine racial discrimination, hate speech and violence, and protect the rights of ethnic minorities” to eliminate Australia’s systemic discrimination against indigenous people.
Recently, various countries have submitted questioning documents on Australia’s human rights record, most of which are concentrated in On top of the rights of Aboriginal Australians, some countries have also mentioned that the Australian army that has been exposed before Afghanistan committed war crimes.
It’s worth noting that last year In November, the Australian military released an investigation report on the murder of Afghan civilians by Australian soldiers. According to the report, in 23 illegal killings, 25 special forces soldiers directly committed the murders or participated in the murders as”accomplices.” The report recommends that the Federal Police investigate a total of 36 incidents.
Australian Defence Force General Gus Campbell said that none of these incidents could be “described as taking place in fierce fighting”.
The report also found the following evidence:Junior soldiers were told to complete their first killing by shooting prisoners. This operation is called”bloodletting.” To cover up the crime, weapons and other items were placed near the bodies of Afghans. Two more incidents may constitute The charge of”cruel treatment” in war crimes.