21 de março de 2011 | 18h58
GENEBRA – Na próxima quinta-feira, o Conselho de Direitos Humanos da ONU vota uma resoluçao para criar um cargo de relator especial para investigar os crimes cometidos pelo governo iraniano. 50 países já apoiam o projeto, liderado pelos Estados Unidos.
O Brasil, depois de anos hesitando criticar o governo de Ahmadinejad, deve finalmente votar a favor da resoluçao.
Com exclusividade, eis o rascunho do texto, em inglês e como está sendo circulado nesse momento entre as capitais de todo o mundo para avaliaçao dos governos, antes da votaçao:
Situation of Human Rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran
The Human Rights Council,
Guided by the Charter of the United Nations, as well as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenants on Human Rights and other relevant international human rights instruments,
Recalling General Assembly Resolution A/RES/65/226 of December 21, 2010, and regretting the Islamic Republic of Iran’s lack of cooperation with the requests of the General Assembly reflected in the resolution,
Welcoming the Interim report of the Secretary-General on the situation of human rights in Iran to the Human Rights Council and expressing serious concern about developments noted in that report,
Recalling its resolutions 5/1 on the institution-building of the Council and 5/2 on the code of conduct for special procedures mandate-holders of the Council, of 18 June 2007, and stressing that mandate-holders are to discharge their duties in accordance with those resolutions and the annexes thereto,
1. Decides to appoint a Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran to report to the Human Rights Council and the General Assembly and to present an interim report to the General Assembly at its 66th session and to submit a report for consideration by the Human Rights Council at its Nineteenth Session;
2. Calls upon the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran to cooperate fully with the Special Rapporteur and to permit access to visit the country as well as all necessary information to enable fulfillment of the mandate;
3. Requests the Secretary General to provide the Special Rapporteur with the resources necessary to fulfill the mandate within existing resources.