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|UN Human Rights Watchdog Orders Saudi Arabia To Stop Stoning Children by francis247(m): 3:04pm On Oct 07, 2016|
The United Nations has called on Saudi Arabia to repeal laws that allow stoning, amputation, flogging and execution of children.
Children over 15 years are tried as adults and can be executed, "after trials falling short of guarantees of due process and a fair trial", according to the report by the
UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.
The committee's 18 independent experts analysed the kingdom's compliance record with a UN treaty protecting the rights of citizens under the age of 18.
Experts voiced concern that the Saudi government "still does not recognise girls as full subjects of rights and continues to severely discriminate (against) them in law and practice and to impose on them a system of male guardianship".
The committee said violations of young girls www.thebiginfotoday.blogspot.com
|Re: UN Human Rights Watchdog Orders Saudi Arabia To Stop Stoning Children by francis247(m): 6:25pm On Oct 07, 2016|
|Re: UN Human Rights Watchdog Orders Saudi Arabia To Stop Stoning Children by gbesky(m): 6:02pm On Oct 09, 2016|
|Re: UN Human Rights Watchdog Orders Saudi Arabia To Stop Stoning Children by APCsupporter: 4:05pm On Oct 10, 2016|
These hypocrites again. They should tell US to stop causing chaos all over the world first if they really care about rights
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