The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has removed a group of five-year-old human rights activists from Burundi.
A special independent specialist has been appointed to monitor the situation. A number of human rights activists in the country see the international community as giving up on Burundi slowly. However, for others who work in the country, happiness is everything. The head of state confirmed that the international group was no longer in power.
The issue of appointing a special envoy to the UN report on Burundi states that its main task is: to have the eye and ear of the United Nations on human rights, to advise the government on human rights, to be close to non-governmental organizations. political parties and an independent human rights group in the United Nations.
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