UAE has been elected as a Member of the U.N. Human Rights Council for 3 years from January 2013. On this occasion, Dr Anwar Mohammad Gargash, minister of state for foreign affairs said that this achievement highlighted the values and culture of the UAE which are based on tolerance, openness, justice, equality and human dignity. (Link)
The commitments of UAE to the UN, as its new member of Human Rights Council, enlisted herein below vouches for the said position:-
- Commits to work in the General Assembly and the Third Committee on promoting and protecting human rights and fundamental freedoms.
- Commits to promoting and protecting human rights through membership in regional organizations.
- Commits to contributing to humanitarian programmes and seminars organized by the UN and to providing assistance to developing countries.
- Commits to sharing with other countries its experience and practices in developing the necessary legislation and mechanisms to end human trafficking at the international level.
- Commits to strengthening technical and substantive cooperation with the OHCHR.
- Commits to continuing financial and moral support for the OHCHR to perform its duties and activities at the regional and international level.
- Commits to strengthening cooperation with the Human Rights Council and enhancing coordination and dialogue with its various bodies and mechanisms.
As per the various freedoms and protection ensured to the citizens of UAE and foreigners working there under its Constitution, all are equal before the law, personally liberty is guaranteed to them, no person may be arrested, searched, detained or imprisoned except in accordance with the provisions of law, physical and moral abuse of an accused person is prohibited. (Link)
Besides, Article 60, the UAE Constitution highlights that the Council of Ministers, in its capacity as the executive authority of the Union shall be responsible for dealing with all domestic and foreign affairs including “Supervising the execution of judgments rendered by Union Law Courts and the implementation of international treaties and agreements concluded by the Union”. (Link: Article 60 / No.7 The Council of Ministers shall, in particular, assume the following powers) .
All these aspects are indications of the highest scope of execution of the impending judgment in favour of the Judgment Creditor, as per the prevailing laws of UAE and also its recent commitments to the United Nations on various measures and mechanisms for upholding Human Rights within that country as well as amongst the Member Countries of the UN.
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