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 - Daina gardian

Tuesday, 29 September 2020
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The 45th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council
14 September to 7 October 2020
Item 2: Interactive Dialogue on Report of Group of Experts on Yemen
Oral statement of Maonah Association for Human Rights and Immigration
Delivered by: Diane Gourdain


Thank you, President.
by the Houthi militia, including the assassination of the president, Mr. Saleh, in 2017, as well as the 2011 terrorist attack on the mosque of the presidential palace, which resulted in the death and injury of countless innocent civilians.
Besides this, we wish to highlight that five terrorists arrested following this attack were later released and protected by the Houthi militia, while their cases were still under investigation. Not only does this amount to a violation of the Security Council Resolution number 2014, but it also constitutes a blatant violation of the principle of judicial independence.
Lastly, the Houthi crimes against civilians, including attacks on media offices, healthcare facilities, as well as schools and educational institutions, must not go unnoticed and all of their perpetrators must be held accountable. Millions of Yemeni people, who have been and continue to be victims of the Houthi militia, deserve justice.
I thank you.
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