星期四, 八月 20, 2015

【马来西亚政府你怎么说, 你简直及就没有人性(人权)】 国际人权组织炮轰纳吉领导的大马国阵政府,挑战纳吉如果不严肃看待及重视人权问题、维护人权的话,就应该退出联合国! 这项挑战形同对纳吉狠狠掴了一个响亮的耳光。

文字翻译:张丹枫
国际人权组织亚洲区副总监比尔罗拔申昨日在吉隆坡举行的一项国际媒体会议上毫不留情的炮轰马来西亚首相纳吉践踏人权;尤其是纳吉较早时发表【大马政府将根据伊斯兰教义而非联合国宪章对待人权问题】的讲话令比尔十分恼火。
他说,所有联合国成员国都必须遵守联合国宪章下制定的人权法规。联合国从来不曾认同过什么伊斯兰教义的人权,如果马来西亚不想遵守联合国的人权法,在国内实行践踏人权的法案和政策,那么,马来西亚应该退出联合国!请问马来西亚政府准备这样做了吗?
他批评大马政府,尤其是首相纳吉发表违反联合国人权的谈话的目的,是因为受到国内维护人权的民主人士的压力,同时这也可视为大马政府已经准备践踏人权,实施违反民主人权的政策。
比尔同时重申,国际人权组织将严密监督大马政府,如果大马政府对待829净选盟大集会时涉嫌侵犯民主人权,国际人权组织将不会坐视不理。
比尔宣称,除非大马退出联合国,否则只要还是联合国成员国,就必须严格遵守联合国的人权宪章。国际人权组织将继续严密监督马来西亚政府,继续对布城施压,要他们必须跟随以联合国宪章为标准的人权条例。
Quit UN if not keen to defend human rights for all, watchdog tells Putrajaya
BY YAP TZU GING
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak gives a speech during the International Wasatiyyah Seminar 2015 in Kuala Lumpur, August 18, 2015. — Bernama picPETALING JAYA, Aug 18 — Human Rights Watch (HRW) challenged Malaysia today to withdraw from the United Nations (UN) if the government was not serious about upholding human rights for all.
HRW’s Asia division deputy director Phil Robertson told a news conference here that he was shocked by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s promise earlier today to uphold human rights only within the Islamic context.
“The logical argument from that would be Malaysia should resign from the UN. Is Malaysia prepared to do that?” he asked.
Robertson said governments only made such statements when they want to abuse human rights, especially if they face pressure from human rights activists.
He said it was important for human rights advocates to continue piling pressure on Putrajaya so that the government will stick to its duty as a member of the UN and follow the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
At a separate function earlier today, Najib pledged that his administration will do its best to uphold human rights here, but only within the confines of Islam.
Najib said this was in line with the Islamic teaching of balance and wasatiyyah (moderation), adding that Muslim Malaysia cannot defend the more extreme aspect of human rights, citing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transexual rights as example.
“Although universal human rights have been defined, we still define human rights in the country in the context of Islam and the Shariah.
“And even if we cannot defend human rights at an international level, we must defend it in the Islamic context,” Najib told the International Wasatiyyah Seminar 2015 (Islam and The Younger Generation: Challenges and Hopes) in Bangi.


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