ID: SR on independence of judges & lawyers - 14th Meeting, 50th Regular Session of Human Rights Council
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Summary

Interactive dialogue following the Presentation of the Report of the Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers, Diego García-Sayán

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Agenda Item 3: Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development-
-SPEAKERS-

  • Mr. Diego Garcia-Sayan, Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges (Introduction)
  • H.E. Mr. Iván Manolo Lima Magne, Minister of Justice and Institutional Transparency of the Plurinational State of Bolivia (Country Concerned)
  • European Union, Ms. Linda Ekholm
  • Argentina (on behalf of a group of countries), Mr. Carlos Sebastian Rosales
  • Peru (on behalf of a group of countries), Mr. Luis Chuquihuara
  • Saudi Arabia (on behalf of the GCC), Mr. Abdilaziz Al Wasil
  • France, Mr. Jerome Bonnafont
  • Israel, Ms. Merav Marks
  • Libya, Mr. Nasser Algheitta
  • Iraq, Mr. Mohammed Ayad
  • Cuba, Ms. Yaneisy Acosta Hernández
  • Lithuania, Mr. Darius Staniulis
  • Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), Mr. Manuel Enrique García Andueza
  • Cameroon, Mr. Salomon Eheth
  • Belgium, Mr. Tom Neijens
  • Russian Federation, Mr. Evgeny Ustinov
  • Maldives, Mr. Asim Ahmed
  • Australia, Ms. Amanda Gorely
  • Egypt, Ms. Yasmeen Khattab
  • China, Mr. Dai Demao
  • India
  • Nepal, Mr. Amar Rai
  • Algeria, Mr. Hakim Bouaziz
  • Greece, Ms. Natalia Panourgia
  • Kazakhstan, Ms. Dilnoza Minbayeva
  • Armenia, Mr. Nairi Petrossian
  • Pakistan, Mr. Junaid Suleman
  • Republic of Moldova, Ms. Tatiana Molcean
  • Turkey, Mr. Sadık Arslan
  • International Development Law Organization, Mr. Mark Cassayre
  • Mr. Diego Garcia-Sayan, Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges (Comments and Answers)
  • South Africa, Mr. Z. Zama
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Ms. Millie Tett
  • Malawi, Ms. Hoyce Anderson Temu
  • Azerbaijan, Mr. Shahriyar Hajiyev
  • Cambodia, Mr. Veasna Va
  • United States of America, Mr. Charles Trumbull
  • Botswana, Mr. Dimpho Tsiane
  • Indonesia, Mr. Agustinus Anindityo Adi Primasto
  • Mauritania
  • Iran (Islamic Republic of), Mr. Zakieh Taghi Zadeh Pirposhteh
  • Sri Lanka, Mr. C.A. Chandraprema
  • Syrian Arab Republic, Ms. Khawla Youssef
  • Jamaica, Ms. Peta-Gay Wilson
  • Tunisia, Mr. Anouar Missaoui
  • Timor-Leste, Ms. Ralyana Maria Horta Ribeiro
  • Saudi Arabia, Mr. Mohanad Nabil M. Albasrawi
  • Nicaragua, Ms. Rosalia Concepción Bohorquez Palacios
  • Afghanistan, Mr. Mohibullah Taib
  • Burundi, Commission Nationale Indépendante des droits de l'homme, Mr. Sixte Vigny Nimuraba
  • World Organisation Against Torture, Ms. Soledad Jarquín Edgar
  • Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism, Mr. Seyed Mohammad Mahdi Sarkeshikzadeh Moghadas
  • Lawyers' Rights Watch Canada, Mr. Brian Samuels (Joint Statement)
  • Right Livelihood Award Foundation, Ms. Francesca Mancarella
  • Asian Legal Resource Centre, Mr. Md Ashrafuzzaman
  • International Bar Association, Ms. Francesca Restifo
  • International Commission of Jurists, Ms. Silvia Tassotti
  • Colombian Commission of Jurists, Mr. Gustavo Gallón
  • Syrian Center for Media and Freedom of Expression, Mr. Fares Halabi
  • Freedom Now, Mr. Karl Horberg
  • Mr. Diego Garcia-Sayan, Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges (Final Remarks)