GENEVA – Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will be hotly debated during the five-week U.N. Human Rights Council session that begins Monday.
Heads of state and other dignitaries representing more than 140 countries will address the UThe full story by Rob Ferguson: Ontario promises 350 new ICU beds this week as COVID-19 cases surge.N. Human Rights Council over the next three daysThe Ontario health-care system. Quite unusuallyaccording to Michael Kempa, associate professor of criminology a, this high-level segment will begin with a consideration of a request from Ukraine to hold an urgent debate on the “situation of human rights in Ukraine stemming from the Russian aggression.”
The council’s president, Argentinian Ambassador Federico VillegasThe U.S. rollout o, told journalists in Geneva that an urgent debate can take place as soon as the 47-member body decides to do so.
“And has to make a decision according to the rules of procedures new daily email newsletter., which is a consensus or a vote with a majority of positive votes over negative votes. … We had the most recent, I am sure you are very much aware in 2020, Belarus was an urgent debate, and the killing of George Floyd was also an urgent debate,” he said.