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Militia Involved in Armed Conflicts in Africa

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As the text has it, according to The United Nations Human Rights Council, there is a constant violation of human rights by militias in Zimbabwe, Libya, Sudan, South Africa, Algeria, Ugandan, Nigeria and other African countries.   The author underlines that the council condemns these serious violations. The council and believes that an independent expert is appointed to file these abuses of human rights and also observe the response of the government. The Human Rights Council also presented a resolution for Libya on March 18, 2012. The primary reasons for riots African countries are the militia and vis-à -vis rebels who kill and brutally harm the people living there.

(Human Rights Watch, 2012) Let’ s take the instance of Libya. In Libya, despite various commitments by the government of Libya to curtail the abuses, the UN Human Rights Council has filed continuous torture, killing, and enforced dislocation by militias. A Commission of Inquiry of UN found out that the anti-Gaddafi militias in Misrata consigned crimes against humanity and war crimes during the course of the divergence, and other crimes against humanity as The Government in Libya has shown that it is not capable of handling these militias or is accountable for the abuses.

(Human Rights Watch, 2012) Julie de Rivero, director of Geneva Human Rights Watch said that “ Even though the war is finished, some militias are entrusting heinous crimes, and in fact crimes against the human race. It is too early to consider this issue closed by the Human Rights Council. It should check and report on the abuses filed by its Inquiry Commission. The draft of the resolution projected the intermediary Government of Libya is feeble and should be eliminated as recorded by the Human Rights Watch; the draft just takes into account of the notes of Inquiry Commission and supports the government to examine the violations of human rights.

Negotiations were held on the draft up till March 23, 2012. (Human Rights Watch, 2012)

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  • Subject: Military
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