The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) on Monday supported call to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) experts to take urgent measures against Chinese violations.
“We strongly urge the UNHRC and the member states to hold a special session to evaluate the human rights violations being carried out by China and to establish a country mandate of UN Special Rapporteur on China to monitor, analyze and report annually on the human rights situation in Tibet,” CTA said in a statement.
“We urge the international community to unite and ensure that China fulfills its obligations under international laws, including human rights obligations before it is too late,” it added.
Fifty UN independent experts from 30 UN Special Procedure mandate called on the UNHRC to “act with a sense of urgency” to take all appropriate decisive measures, including a special session and establishment of a rapporteur, to protect fundamental freedoms in regions under China, including Tibet, Hong Kong and Xinjiang.
The CTA thanked the UN experts for their timely intervention and welcome their call for urgent decisive measures against the government of China.
The UNHRC on June 26 said UN independent experts have repeatedly communicated with the government of China their alarm regarding the repression of fundamental freedoms in the Asian giant.