martes, 20 de septiembre de 2011

Organization of American States (OAS) require force the state to comply with international rulings

 The international organization reminded the authorities that the international court's decisions are binding for the country.

Venezuela is bound by the decisions of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights And the Organization of American States (OAS) is required to press for the authorities to abide by the rulings of the court based in San Jose (Costa Rica)

The statement was made by Americas director at Human Rights Watch, José Miguel Vivanco, who sued the secretary general of the continental body José Miguel Insulza, looking for the government of President Hugo Chavez to respect itsinternational obligations.

“The Court can not mean anything to President Chavez, but its decisions are binding for Venezuela and for all other SouthAmerican countries remains the highest regional authority in human rights, "said Vivanco in a press release, which rejected the announcements made by various officials, including the Head of State that will not execute the court's decision allowing the former mayorordered Chacao, Leopoldo López, participate in the elections nextyear.

martes 20 de septiembre de 2011  03:02 PM

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