Saying he has no regrets about the past ten years, Kempling announced his intention to take his complaint to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights.
What does UNCHR stand for?
UNCHR stands for United Nations Commission on Human Rights
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- United Negro College Fund Special Programs Corporation
- United Nations Communications Group (New York, NY)
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- University of North Carolina General Administration
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- United Nations Commission on Inspection and Monitoring
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Section 2, which describes the legislative "findings" supporting the measure, asserts that the rights of mankind "are recognized in the Declaration of Independence of the United States and in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations"; it also claims that "the right to democracy was affirmed as a human right by the United Nations Commission on Human Rights on April 27, 1999.
The United Nations Commission on Human Rights should be a place for nations to speak out in favor of these universal principles and condemn those who repeatedly and egregiously violate them.