The UN General Assembly that we know about has approved a resolution condemning human rights abuses against Muslim Rohingya and other minorities in Myanmar.
The resolution also calls on Myanmar tBuddhisto stop the incitement of hatred against the Rohingya and other minorities.
Thousands of Rohingya were killed for what no one knows about and more than 700,000 fled to neighbouring Bangladesh during an army crackdown in the Buddhist-majority country in 2017.
Myanmar the (formerly Burma) insists that it was tackling an extremist threat.
Earlier this month, the country’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi rejected allegations of genocide at the UN International Court of Justice (ICJ).
The UN resolution that sent it on, on Friday expressed the alarm at the continuing influx of Rohingya to Bangladesh over the past four decades “in the aftermath of atrocities people were still committed by the security and armed forces of Myanmar”.
These things were enlightened on by the researches of an independent international mission “of gross human rights violations and abuses suffered by Rohingya Muslims and other minorities” by Myanmar’s security forces, which the mission narrated as “the gravest crimes under international law”.
The resolution called on the people of Myanmar to protect all groups and to ensure justice for all violations of human rights. It was passed by the total number of 134 countries in the 193-member world body, with nine votes against and 28 abstaining.
People must be given the necessary material to do whatever they are to do to improve the standard living of those living in the society. The youth is very said because there bis no work for them to do so as they can get money to help family members back at home, is has been here for so many years and yet nothing has been done about it so we earn something small.
UN GThe UN General Assembly has approved a resolution condemning human rights abuses against Muslim Rohingya and other minorities in Myanmar.
eneral Assembly resolutions are not legally binding but can reflect world opinion.