Geneva and the accountability SLAP | Daily FT

Published by
Daily Financial Times

UN Human Rights High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet For a people in the throes of multiple existential crises, Geneva no longer seems as urgently gripping nor evocative of either patriotic protestation or demands for justice and reparation. War crimes, accountability and the like seems like yesterday’s news for a nation standing in queues for its staples. While food insecurity, breakdown in the provision of gas and electricity and US dollar-related anxieties preoccupy the masses, there’s nothing like the same interest with which the sessions of the UN Human Rights Council are usually greeted. …

Read More

See also  Doctors and nurses alarmed about lack of supplies

Leave a Reply