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Algeria’s fourth report: Several States welcome Algeria’s efforts to promote human rights, freedoms

 
ALGIERS- The National Human Rights Council (CNDH) affirmed Sunday, in a statement, that the States taking part in the discussions on the 4th report on the human rights situation in Algeria, as part of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), presented recently in Geneva, welcomed Algeria’s effort in the promotion of fundamental rights and public freedoms.
 
In this regard, CNHD welcomed the interaction that marked debates on URP, in a peer-review session at the Human Rights Council in Geneva, especially as the “different States taking part in the debate praised the efforts of Algeria for a solid institution-building, through the promotion and protection of fundamental rights and public freedoms.”
 
CNHD took part in the 41st session of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), held on 11 November in Geneva, where the activities of UPR mechanism were held.
 
CNHD affirmed that “it commits to implementing this session’s recommendations through the support of the State’s institutions,” said the source.  
 
Algeria presented, during these works, its 4th report on the human rights situation in the country, emphasizing the mechanisms of implementing the recommendations stemming from the presentation of the 3rd report in 2017.
 
The 4th report mentioned, according to the source, 2020’s constitutional amendment and the legislations stemming from this amendment, in addition to the creation of a number of institutional mechanisms and the launch of reform projects aimed to promote and protect human rights, stressing “the high degree of cooperation with the human rights mechanisms coming under the United Nations as well as Algeria’s positive interaction with these mechanisms in order to harmonize views notably with the different special rapporteurs of the Human Rights Council.”  
 

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