Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Bolivia presents its progress in favor the Human Rights

HUMAN RIGHTS • Bolivia will present today at the United Nations the measures taken to combat corruption and the protection of human rights.


Nardi Suxo. Bolivian anticorruption Secretary. Photo © The Achacachi Post™

GENEVA, Switzerland .- The Bolivian Secretaries Nilda Cupa and Nardi Suxo will exhibit at the UN on human rights and combating corruption as commitments that the government of Evo Morales has decided to take in these areas.

This afternoon, Bolivia will undertake to facilitate access to archives on human rights violations committed during military dictatorships, and promoting adoption of the Law on Prevention and Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination.

Another proposal that will make the delegation of Bolivia will be to start the process of choosing the Ombudsman and to undertake "the institutional restructuring of the judiciary, in accordance with the new Constitution".

Nilda Copa. Bolivian justice Secretary. Photo © The Achacachi Post™
For her part, Minister of Justice Nilda Copa outlined the process of inclusion and promotion of cultural diversity that lives of Bolivian society.

Copa said that among the challenges facing the government is:

" the training of human resources in order to transform natural richness to benefit of Bolivian country."

Source: La Razon Newspaper

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