The situation of human rights in Equatorial Guinea
|Publisher||UN Commission on Human Rights|
|Publication Date||13 March 1979|
|Citation / Document Symbol||E/CN.4/RES/15(XXXV)|
|Reference||THIRTY-FIFTH SESSION, 1979|
|Cite as||UN Commission on Human Rights, The situation of human rights in Equatorial Guinea, 13 March 1979, E/CN.4/RES/15(XXXV), available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3b00f09850.html [accessed 6 July 2015]|
15 (XXXV). The situation of human rights in Equatorial Guinea32The Commission on Human Rights, Keeping in mind the Charter of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Recalling Economic and Social Council resolution 1235 (XLII) of 6 June 1967, authorizing the Commission to make a thorough study of situations which reveal a consistent pattern of violations of human rights,
1. Decides that a Special Rapporteur of the Commission, to be appointed by the Chairman of the Commission, be entrusted with the task of making a thorough study of the human rights situation in Equatorial Guinea, based on such information as be may deem relevant, and to report thereon to the thirty-sixth session of the Commission;
2. Requests the Secretary-General to render to the Special Rapporteur all the assistance which he may require in his work;
3. Recommends to the Economic and Social Council to make an appeal to the Government of Equatorial Guinea to extend its co-operation to the Commission in connexion with the implementation of this resolution;
4. Decides to consider the report of the Special Rapporteur at its thirty-sixth session.
32 Adopted at the 1519th meeting on 13 March 1979 by 20 votes to 3, with 9 abstentions. See chap. X.