Report submitted on human rights and freedom situation in MongoliaPolitics
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Head of the National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR) J.Byambadorj Wednesday submitted to the Speaker Z.Enkhbold the 15th report on human rights and freedom situation in Mongolia.
This report is a document focused on attracting attention of the legislative body, the government, their organizations and the public to urgent problems of human rights, on stopping violations of human rights, and making reforms at a policy level for improving realization of human rights.
This year’s report contains issues about an implementation of the rights on being separated from tortures and on receiving legal assistance for suspects, defendants and accused people, on rights for elders and staffers of the body on implementing court decisions.
Proposals from the NHRC are reflected in the report as well.
Involving all information about human rights matters and situation in Mongolia, the report has been worked out on a basis of results of surveys, examinations and monitoring, made by state bodies, NGOs and the NCHR, of petitions and complaints to the NCHR. It is submitted to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, National committee of national organizations for human rights, and the national organizations of human rights in Asia-Pacific region.
The presentation of the report was witnessed by N.Ganbayar and P.Oyunchimeg, members of the NCHR; and other officials.