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Dominican United Nations Statements

The articles found here are written statements that were orally presented at the 57th Session SUB-COMMISSION ON THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS, Palais des Nations, Geneva, July-August, 2005 by the Dominican Order. Statements are made in response to Dominicans living in these countries who ask us to speak on behalf of their country.

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Death Penalty: This statement was made in reference to Item: 3 Administration of justice, rule of law and democracy: The death penalty.

Pakistan: This Oral Statement was made in reference to Item 5: Prevention of discrimination: (c) Prevention of discrimination and protection
Vieques and Philippines: This Oral Statement was made in reference to item 4: Economic, social and cultural rights:

Iraq: This statement was made in reference to Item 2: Question of the Violations of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms