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Last 50 tweets from @RapporteurUn
I'm devastated by news that former parliamentarian Zeyar Thaw and longtime activist Ko Jimmy were executed with two others today. UN Member States must honor their lives by making this depraved act a turning point for the world's response to this crisis. My statement attached.
As the ICJ today ruled that the case against Myanmar for the military’s genocide against the Rohingya will proceed, the BBC reminds the world that the military continues its widespread murder rape and torture of civilians on orders from above.…
I cant forget her'- Myanmars soldiers admit atrocities
Today I will tell ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights that the world is failing the people of Myanmar who do not need more words of "concern", but strong, coordinated action. The hearing starts at 17:30 Yangon time today.…
Today in Geneva I will tell the UN Human Rights Council that the people of Myanmar need decisive action to stop the junta's crimes against humanity and war crimes. Failure to do so will be a death sentence for untold numbers of people. Here is a link -…
Horrified by what I learned about conditions in Myanmar from refugees who just arrived here in Malaysia. Encouraged by my meeting with Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin, who is calling for ASEAN to move from its 5-point consensus into action in defense of a people under siege.
.@ASEAN States should follow #Malaysia's lead in moving from a policy of “noninterference” to one of “non-indifference,” increasing their leadership on #Myanmar's human rights crisis unfolding under military rule, said @RapporteurUn, after his 🇲🇾 visit. 👉
.@ASEAN States should follow #Malaysia's lead in moving from a policy of “noninterference” to one of “non-indifference,” increasing their leadership on #Myanmar's human rights crisis unfolding under military rule, said @RapporteurUn, after his 🇲🇾 visit. 👉
Thank you Minister Saifuddin @saifuddinabd for your leadership within ASEAN on the Myanmar crisis and for a most productive meeting in KL. I very much look forward to working with you on the challenges ahead.
In my discussion with UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of Human Rights in Myanmar, Tom Andrews @RapporteurUn earlier today, we exchanged notes on the latest developments in Myanmar and agreed to work closely to strengthen engagements with relevant stakeholders.
Today I am calling for urgent action by Member States of the UN in light of the findings of my special report, released today: "Losing a generation: how the military junta is devastating Myanmar's children and undermining Myanmar's future".…
#Myanmar @RapporteurUn Tom Andrews calls for humanitarian protection of 🚸from 🇲🇲 military junta's brutal attacks & #humanrights abuses vs. #children, which "constitute #crimesagainsthumanity and #war crimes.” His report @UN_HRC 👉
The price of international inaction rose again in Myanmar when the junta announced it will hang pro-democracy activists while continuing to murder, abduct, and torture people throughout Myanmar. It is past time to step up w strong, coordinated, action.…
Here is a translation of my comment on the latest act of the junta's Theatre of the Absurd that it calls "courts". Their relentless attacks on human rights and imposition of an outrageous system of Injustice continue to demonstrate to the world their illegitimacy.
The sentencing of ASSK is as outrageous as the continued detention of over 13,000 political prisoners. The junta passes these "verdicts" in the theatre of the absurd it calls "courts" because it wants what brutality and weapons cannot deliver - legitimacy.…
Myanmar junta court convicts Suu Kyi of corruption
While many focus on the war in Ukraine, I am grateful for a Reuters story of a horror the world must not ignore - the junta's war against the people of Myanmar. Their campaign of terror includes torching well over 100 villages - and counting - in 2022.…
Troops burn villages in Myanmar heartland, seek to crush resistance
I'm looking for input on how children are being impacted by the junta's attacks on the people of Myanmar. Your information, observations or recommendations will be very much appreciated as I prepare a special UN "conference room paper" report.…
Congratulations to the EU and others who pushed for passage of a Human Rights Council resolution that includes a call to end the flow of weapons to Myanmar. ACTION is now required to penalize those who provide the junta with the means to continue murdering the people of Myanmar.
Today I told the UN Human Rights Council that the junta is committing war crimes and crimes against humanity in Myanmar and victims are being betrayed with vague declarations and a tedious, endless wait for a consensus to act. The waiting must end. Now.…
While targeted by junta forces that have long used gender based violence as a weapon of war, women of Myanmar are playing key leadership roles in the fight for their country. On International Women's Day, let us salute and thank them for their courage, tenacity and inspiration.
Myanmar's National Unity Government supports the people of Ukraine while the military junta supports the bombs falling on them. Yet more evidence that the NUG is the genuine representative of the people of Myanmar and why the world should treat them as such.
The Myanmar junta cheers Russia's brutal attack on the people of Ukraine while using Russian weapons to attack the people of Myanmar. Birds of a feather really DO fly together. The world must stand with the people of Ukraine AND the people of Myanmar with words AND action.
"Enabling Atrocities: UN Member States Arms Transfers to the Myanmar Military". You can't claim to want to help put a fire out while pouring gasoline over the flames. States that won't help Myanmar, should stop profiting from making things worse.…
Who is enabling the military's atrocities by supplying the means to kill Myanmar civilians? How can they be stopped? Tomorrow I will release a report that answers these questions. The UN Security Council must finally step up in defense of a people under siege before it's too late
The junta's mounting attacks on the people of Myanmar are taking a staggering toll with over 400,000 displaced in the northwest and southeast, at least 114 children killed and untold numbers wounded. Stronger international action is urgently needed to stop these atrocity crimes.
Here is a link to the video that features courageous Myanmar people who have suffered greatly from the brutality of the military junta. They, and millions of others, are determined to save their country.…
Today's Silent Strike in Myanmar was yet another indication of the broad/deep opposition to the junta on the dark anniversary of their coup. Today I issued an appeal for stronger international action that featured courageous voices from Myanmar .…
While millions in Myanmar mark the 1-year anniversary of an illegal coup with a Silent Strike, the rest of us should be raising our voices for a stronger, more responsible international response to a junta that is functioning as a criminal enterprise stealing a nation's future.
A German court's conviction of a Syrian officer for crimes against humanity in Syria shows how Myanmar military leaders can be held accountable for their crimes. I urge the filing of criminal complaints for crimes committed in Myanmar to States with universal jurisdiction laws.
Min Aung Hlaing must immediately halt the air and ground attacks that junta forces have unleashed on Loikaw, Karenni State, lift the blockade of those seeking to escape and allow access for those seeking to provide aid and shelter. I urge UN member states to join this call.
The systematic atrocities of junta forces continued with the weekend massacre of 35 in Kayah State. The people of Myanmar don't need more words of condemnation from world leaders. They need their calls for strong principled action to finally be answered.…
Disturbing reports of escalating attacks by junta forces on civilians in Karen state, with many thousands displaced, is another reason why the people of Myanmar desperately need stronger targeted sanctions, a global arms embargo and a robust increase in cross-border aid. Now.
On my recent mission to Bangladesh, Rohingya refugees expressed eagerness to return to Myanmar & dismay it is unsafe to do so. They deserve a safe, dignified return home. I thank Bangladesh for hosting me & for giving Rohingya refuge. Mission statement:…
Here is news of my statement on today's sentencing of Aung San Suu Kyi that was released by the UN in Geneva: “Theatre of the absurd”: UN human rights expert denounces Suu Kyi sentence":…
and below a translation of my tweet.
The proceeding that today convicted Aung San Suu Kyi should not be confused with a trial—it is theatre of the absurd. She, and thousands of others, are guilty only in a system of injustice that punishes those who exercise the basic human right to speak and assemble freely.
The UN's Credentials Committee's refusal to recognize the Myanmar junta is important. In addition to denying them the legitimacy they seek, however, they must also be denied the money and weapons they need to continue to perpetrate crimes against humanity in Myanmar.
The reported toll of arson attacks in Thantlang Chin State is now 300 homes and four churches. The latest attacks followed a statement by 7 nations reiterating the call for an arms embargo. Stronger action is required by more nations including robust, targeted economic sanctions.
News that the UNSC was unable to act this week, despite learning that the crisis in Myanmar has worsened, means that nations who ARE willing to act must do so, starting with coordinated, targeted sanctions and an arms embargo. Inaction should no longer be an option.
Yesterday the UN Security Council was told in a private session that the crisis in Myanmar continues to worsen. No action was taken. I urge them to reconvene in a public session to consider and vote on an emergency measure to cut the illegal junta's access to revenue and weapons.
Here is a translation of my Tweet calling for UN Security Council action to cut the Myanmar junta's access to revenue and weapons while dramatically increasing aid to the people of Myanmar.
Today UN Security Council discusses Myanmar exactly one year after its people voted in an election stolen by a junta systematically violating human rights. I urge the Council to help end this crisis by cutting junta access to revenue and weapons while dramatically increasing aid.
The torching of Thantlang, following the heavy deployment of troops and artillery in Chin State, is another reason why the UN Security Council needs to convene and act now to stop the flow of revenue and weapons the junta needs to continue its assault of the Myanmar people.
Here is the English version of my address to the UN General Assembly today where I call for Member States to stand with and for the people of Myanmar by denying the junta what it needs to keep holding them hostage: money, weapons and legitimacy.…
Please see below for my statement to the UN General Assembly in Burmese. Here is a link to it:…
Today I will tell the UNGA: (1) all must deny the junta the money, weapons & legitimacy it needs, (2) an even greater human rights catastrophe looms as more junta troops deploy to the northwest, and (3) the people of Myanmar believe no one cares. 3pm EDT @…
Here is a translation of my tweet that now, more than ever, denying the junta money, weapons, and legitimacy is the best way the international community can support the people of Myanmar.
The junta is releasing political prisoners in Myanmar not because of a change of heart, but because of pressure. Denying the junta money, weapons and legitimacy is the best way the world can support the people of Myanmar. Statement below…
UN Secretary General @antonioguterres has echoed what the people of Myanmar know: "It is urgent to mount a unified international and regional response" to the coup as "the opportunity to prevent the military from entrenching its rule could be narrowing."…
I mourn the loss of human rights champion, Mohib Ullah. His murder is a great loss for the Rohingya community and all who believe in justice. His killers could take his life, but not the light of truth and hope that his life radiated so brilliantly.…
Here's a translation of my appeal for the world to act on behalf of the children of Myanmar.
The military junta considers children like 5 year old Su Htet Waing the enemy. They abducted and abused her and are holding her mom and sister. Why? They can't find her dad. This outrage must stop. The children of Myanmar need the world to act. Now.…
Thank you UN High Commissioner Bachelet for calling on UN Member States to act urgently "to prevent a further disintegration of Myanmar...before it's too late". The people of Myanmar implore them to answer her call. If and how they do is literally a matter of life and death.
Today (22 Sept) I will tell the UN Human Rights Council that the junta has escalated its human rights violations and attacks on the people of Myanmar and that complacency and inaction should not be acceptable options. The session begins at 15:00 CET.…
The murder of a Baptist minister and bombing of homes in Thantlang, Chin State are the latest examples of the living hell being delivered daily by junta forces against the people of Myanmar. The world needs to pay closer attention. More importantly, the world needs to act.
According to local media The Chinland Post, over 19 houses were burnt down by junta forces’ shelling in Thantlang, Chin State on Saturday evening.
A Christian pastor Mr. Cung Biak Hum was also shot dead by the military in the town.
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