HRDC says inviting to Malawi UN envoy on human rights

Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) says it is inviting United Nations special rapporteur on human rights to inspect the country’s situation.

HRDC Northern Region Chapter chairperson Happy Mhango

This comes at a time when some quarters are expressing worry over delays by the government to investigate rapes of women and girls at Nsundwe in Lilongwe by the police.

HRDC northern region chairperson Happy Mhango said the organization has started the process of inviting the special UN envoy.

He said the UN needed to chronicle the human rights abuses in the country.

The UN special rapporteur on human rights is an independent human rights council which examines a country’s human rights situation.

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ADONA
2 years ago

dobo…chamba….kanundu….ndudu…

Lester
Lester
2 years ago

HRDC always blah blah blah. Where were you all this time? What happened to the Nsundwe women indeed is unfortunate but where were you when other abuses were happening long before. When people were mob justicing each other in the villages, even recently in Nkhatabay. Indeed that is why HRDC is a political party.

MATILDA LOMBOLA
2 years ago

where are we (Malawi ) going ?

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