The non-governmental Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) condemned the Myanmar government for declaring a state of emergency in the Mandalay region and sending in the army.
What does AHRC stand for?
AHRC stands for Asian Human Rights Commission
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- Arts and Humanities Research Board
- Afghan Human Rights Commission
- Albanian Human Rights Centre
- American Harlequin Rabbit Club
- American Himalayan Rabbit Club
- American Homeowners Resource Center
- Apparel Human Resources Council
- Arctic Health Research Center
- Army Human Resources Command
- Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK)
- Assisted Human Reproduction Canada (Canada)
- Association for the Help of Retarded Children
- Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition (Atlanta, GA)
- Atlanta Hobby Robot Club
- Arabian Horse Racing Club of Belgium
- Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission (Canada)
- Afghan Hound Rescue Central Ohio
- Academy of Human Resource Development
- Adelaide Hills Regional Development (Australia)
- Administration and Human Resources Department (UN)
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The Asian Human Rights Commission, which has long campaigned for Rizana's freedom, released a statement that largely blamed her death on the Sri Lankan government of President Mahinda Rajapaksa.
The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) is of the opinion that the fabrication of charges in thePhilippine courts is "widespread and systemic" and that courts and law enforcers do not observe proper due process in implementing the law.
The report mentioned that according to the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), there are 1.
Basil Fernando, director of the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), which has been active in this case, said his organization had sent an appeal to all foreign missions based in the Kingdom to exercise their influence to negotiate a pardon from the parents.
The amendment is seen as marking the end of liberal democracy in Sri Lanka," the Hong Kong-based Asian Human Rights Commission said, labelling the day Black Wednesday.
The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) also noted that torture in custody has become more systematic, more heinous, and more pernicious and has spread like a cancer in the country.