Written by Amani Nilar
04 Mar, 2022 | 6:16 pm
(News 1st); The United Nations Human Rights Council has voted to set up an independent commission of inquiry as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
“The Human Rights Council has decided to urgently establish an independent international commission of inquiry as a result of #Russia’s aggression against #Ukraine,” the council said in a Twitter post Friday (04).
Two countries — Russia and Eritrea — voted against the decision, and 13 member states abstained, including China, Cuba, Armenia, Kazakhstan, India, Uzbekistan and Venezuela.
There were 32 countries that voted in favor of the decision.
✅ YES: 32
❌ NO: 2
➖ ABSTENTIONS: 13 pic.twitter.com/cJGjHtwXcR
— UN Human Rights Council 📍 #HRC49 (@UN_HRC) March 4, 2022
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