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UN Takes Full Responsibility Over Eritrea/DPRK Plagiarism: Spokesperson

OHCHR Spokesperson Rolando Gomez, admits UN tampered Eritrea document
Spokesperson for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Rolando Gomez, admits the DPRK reference was mistakenly included in the Eritrean letter by a United Nations staff member but it was not a deliberate action though the Council’s Secretariat takes full responsibility.

By Matthew Russell Lee,

HOW are documents, particularly by different countries, handled by the UN Human Rights Council and its Secretariat? How can a statement by one country — not to the UNHRC — appear on the UN’s website mixed into the statement of another country?

On July 1, Inner City Press asked Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights spokesperson Rolando Gomez the following: Continue reading UN Takes Full Responsibility Over Eritrea/DPRK Plagiarism: Spokesperson

UN Human Right Council’s Bogus Reports and the Forgery

The recent UN forgery incident was a vivid example how detractors use even the UN to fabricate, forger and manipulate as long as it serves in vilifying Eritrea

By Daniel Y. Tikabo,

RECENTLY, the UN Commission of Inquiry (COI) released its 500+ pages report on the human rights situation in Eritrea. The report was firmly rejected by Eritreans all over the world for being bogus and politically motivated. And this week, Eritrea’s detractors in the UN, following their modus operandi, resorted to tampering with Eritrea’s submissions to the UN Human Rights Council (HRC). Continue reading UN Human Right Council’s Bogus Reports and the Forgery