general information report.
The total number of human living in the
world of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights are about 6500 million .
Europe have 48
population is about 710,million , of which human of Belarus are about 9.7
require human rights protection.. Belarus represent systems of
government very broad Republic of Belarus . Belarus is the
poor economy in Europe ..Belarus general information
report, it has
State capital Minsk .
Belarus right report of basic language is Russian, Belarussian .
Belarus people Major religion report is: Christianity .
Belarus is failing to provide education free, at least in the
elementary and fundamental stages as committed in UN Charter of Human Rights,
1948. Belarus is failing to provide technical and professional University for higher
education equally accessible to all on merit ... Belarus
provide basic human rights for political stability. . Abuse of human
rights of children and women are reported many times in Belarus.
general information report is that :Belarus became independent in 1991, following the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Belarus has been ruled with an increasingly iron fist since 1994 by President
Alexander Lukashenko. In early 2005, Belarus was listed by the US as Europe's
only remaining "outpost of tyranny". However, since late 2008, there have been
signs of a slight easing of tensions with the West. Soviet-style economy is
considered to have been subsidized by cheap Russian gas
Belarus has a key oil and gas pipeline from Russia to Europe runs through
Belarus .Belarus remains heavily dependent on Russia to meet its own energy
needs and a considerable proportion of Russian oil and gas exports to Europe
pass through it. There was a sharp rise in tension between the two countries at
the end of 2006 when Moscow threatened to cut the gas supply until Minsk
reluctantly agreed to a deal more than doubling the price.
government's human rights record remained very poor as Belarus authorities continued to commit frequent serious abuses. The right of citizens
to change their Belarus was severely restricted. Belarus failed to
account for past politically motivated disappearances. Prison conditions
remained extremely poor, and reports of abuse of prisoners and detainees
continued. Arbitrary arrests, detentions, and imprisonment of citizens for
political reasons, criticizing officials, or for participating in demonstrations
also continued. Some court trials were conducted behind closed doors without the
presence of independent observers. The judiciary branch lacked independence and
trial outcomes usually were predetermined. Belarus further restricted
civil liberties, including freedoms of press, speech, assembly, association, and
religion. Belarus seized published materials from civil society activists
and closed or limited the distribution of several independent media outlets.
State security services used unreasonable force to disperse peaceful protesters.
Corruption continued to be a problem. Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and
political parties were subjected to harassment, fines, prosecution, and closure.
Religious leaders were fined, imprisoned or deported for performing services,
and churches were either closed, deregistered, or had their congregations
evicted. Trafficking in persons remained a significant problem, although some
progress was made to combat it. There was discrimination against Roma, ethnic
and sexual minorities, and against use of the Belarusian language. Authorities
harassed independent unions and their members, severely limiting the ability of
the workers to form and join independent trade unions and to organize and
Report online information based
on U.S. Dept. reports on human rights, and online
Amnesty reports on human rights and
many local rights Activists reports is that the Belarus generally
respected the human rights of its citizens, there has been violation of human
rights in some areas. Security forces continue violation of human rights of
prisoners and detainees. Prison and conditions of pretrial detention continued
to violate human rights and remains poor. Violation of human rights by police
corruption and impunity continues, and so are violations of human rights of
women, children and minorities. Although some progress has been made towards the
fight against trafficking in human beings, it remains a problem. Human rights of
children to education and human rights of women to dignity as contained in the
declaration of human rights are constantly violated by the police Belarus
itself. Human rights child, the rights of persons with disabilities, human
rights and housing, employment rights, human rights for refugees, human
trafficking are violated on several occasions and there is no control over it by
the Belarus and adequate redress system is not available. National and
local media Online Human Rights Reports report information available
online is that the police use excessive force. Online
Refugee Rights UN reports of the Agency
continuing reports of grave violations of human rights of children, women,
stateless persons and children seeking asylum in Belarus .Information report is
that in violation of the declaration of human rights, the children continue to
be used as store clerks, car washers, shoe shiners etc . Information reports of
children in Belarus are trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation and forced
labor. Although some progress has been made towards the fight against the
violation of human rights, Belarus need more.
Right information report is that ,by now, the
European Court of human rights was instituted as a permanent entity with
full-time judges on 1 November 1998, replacing the then existing enforcement
mechanisms, which included the European Commission of Human Rights created in
1954 and the European Court of Human Rights, which had been created in 1959.
Since country is its member and has ratified it , Andorra people can seek relief
against violation of human rights from it, following
European Court of human rights
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