Monday at the Ciné Triomphe, President Jovenel Moïse, joined by the Prime Minister, Jean Henry Céant, took part in the festival of the 70th commemoration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, within the sight of numerous parliamentarians, including the President of the Senate, Joseph Lambert, the President of the Court of Cassation and of the Superior Council of the Judiciary, Me Jules Cantave, identities who work for the security of human rights in Haiti including Colette Lespinasse of the Support Group for Refugees and Repatriated (GARR), Edouard Paultre of the National Council of Non State Actors (CONANE) and Gédéon Jean, of the Human Rights Organization Platform (POHDH).
Amid this function, an energetic tribute was paid to Emile Saint Lot (1904-1976), Ambassador of Haiti to the United Nations, who took an interest in the improvement of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, as Secretary-Rapporteur of the Commission.
“Every single individual are brought into the world free and equal…” said Senator Lambert refering to Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to pay tribute to Emile Saint Lot before conveying a plaque of respect to relatives of this uncommon and humanistic identity, who has propagated the perpetual battle to reestablish human poise. Giuseppe Calandruccio, the delegate of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights exhibited an artistic creation and a plaque of acknowledgment to the Saint Lot family Download the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (PDF) : https://www.haitilibre.com/docs/ddh-en.pdf
President Moïse accepted the open door to reaffirm his responsibility to regard for human rights and repeated his dedication and assurance to work considerably harder to enhance the living states of the Haitian individuals, while advancing an agreement of manageability https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-26368-haiti-streak manageability settlement proposed-by-the-government.html to save strength and concordance in the nation.
“Expanding rural creation, drawing in speculation, elevating access to equity for all, battling against defilement are, in addition to other things, the basic difficulties that must be survived if the human privileges of all Haitians are to be regarded” underlined the Head of State who propelled a call for solidarity and lasting exchange between every one of the powers of the Nation to create and reestablish harmony in the nation.
“When we are reaffirming, wherever on the planet, the prevalence of human rights, such a large number of individuals are uncovered and are kept in powerless circumstances,” said Moïse, who refered to a few instances of worldwide issues which block the full advancement of the person, including prejudice, xenophobia and vagrant chasing, and so forth that the countries of the world must endeavor to determine.
Giuseppe Calandruccio, expressed gratitude toward the nearness of the three forces of the state and helped that the promise to remember the state is basic in ensuring the privileges of residents. Likewise, while respecting the essential work of the human rights associations, he focused on that, in spite of the troublesome occasions experienced by the nation, is setting up a genuine chance to work for the advancement of the key privileges of natives in Haiti .