Mauritius received two “Ass” by the Human Rights Commission during the 2021 follow-up process to implement recommendations for the treatment of asylum seekers, refugees, and stateless persons residing in its territory. ..
Mauritius collected the data and published it to these groups. The State also provided information on the measures taken regarding juvenile justice, including training of police officers to handle cases related to juvenile justice.
The Commission on Human Rights regularly reviews reports on the fulfillment of legal obligations of ratifying countries. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights..
Regarding the above, Minister of Land Transport and Lightrail and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade Alan Ganoo issued a statement today to the Government Information Services of Port Louis.
Mauritius added that measures on juvenile justice, including training of police officers to handle cases related to juvenile justice, were similarly commended, and he said the outcome was a matter of national pride. .. The Minister acknowledged the good work done by the National Mechanism for Reporting and Follow-up established in 2017.
It is recalled that Mauritius ratified the ICCPR in December 1973 and submitted its final periodic report in 2016.
Jordan, Liechtenstein, the Republic of Moldova and New Zealand have also performed best in implementing the Commission on Human Rights’ priority recommendations.
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Commission on Human Rights: Mauritius has the best performance in implementing priority recommendations
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