Posner was appointed as Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor on September 23, 2009.
What does DRL stand for?
DRL stands for Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (US State Department)
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Prime Minister Marouf Bakhit met on Wednesday with US Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, Michael Posner.
According to independent election observers, the December 2007 parliamentary election failed to meet many of the country's international commitments and was marred by significant obstacles for opposition parties and the use of government resources to benefit specific political interests," said in 2008 Human Rights Report published by Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor of the U.
The Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor will get a new Deputy Assistant Secretary to streamline and centralize our democracy promotion efforts.
Finally, a hearty thanks to the legions of Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor employees who donated proofreading time.
A broader treatment of this issue may be found in "International Religious Freedom Report 2002: Egypt," published by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, U.
Albright has already agreed to designate a new senior-level coordinator within the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor to specifically integrate religious persecution into the "broader foreign policy," leading many to wonder whether Wolf-Specter is necessary.