Stop Election of Hugo Chavez to U.N Human Rights Council
  • Petitioned Susan Rice

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Susan Rice

Stop Election of Hugo Chavez to U.N Human Rights Council

    1. UN Watch www.unwatch.org
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      UN Watch www.unwatch.org

      Geneva, Switzerland

OUTRAGE: On Nov. 12th, the U.N. plans to elect Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chávez to its highest human rights body. This will grant legitimacy to an ailing autocrat who persecutes journalists, judges, human rights activists and student leaders; a man who supports the butchers of Syria and Iran -- just as he backed “brother” Col. Qaddafi to the bitter end. Read more: www.unwatch.org/StopChavez.

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    • Ety Friedman DALLAS, TX
      • almost 2 years ago

      He is a friend of Ahmadinajad of Iran ho wants to destroy Israel.

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    • Rosalia Malagelada BENALMADENA PUEBLO, MALAGA ESPAñA, SD
      • almost 2 years ago

      yes

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    • Ingela Ruijter STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
      • almost 2 years ago

      Human rights and dictatorship are completely incompatible.

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    • leopoldo marquez CARACAS, VENEZUELA, BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF
      • almost 2 years ago

      I have suffered from Chavez´s persecution for I have not been able to get a job in Venezuela since I became a known member of opposition groups. I am also close to political prisoners who have suffered all sort of injustices and even physical pain besides deprived of their rights and denied a fair trial.

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    • Diana R. de Silva CARACAS, VENEZUELA, BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF
      • almost 2 years ago

      If there was a council to ignore and fight against human rights he would be the best candidate!

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