UN Human Rights Officer Goes Over Mission By Criticizing the United States: Human Rights Experts


United Nations human rights officer Michelle Bachelet has called back for disrespecting China’s human rights abuses, criticized the United States for the US Supreme Court’s ruling, and overturned Law vs. Wade. Rebecca Oas, head of research at the Center for Family and Human Rights, said Bachelet exceeded her limits due to the lack of internationally agreed human rights to abortion.

“And as long as there is consensus among the countries, the law on abortion and fetal protection is a national decision, not an issue of the international human rights mechanism,” Oas said in an interview.When NTD Parliament Report.. “The fact that she is working hard on this issue is a sign that she has stepped out of her mission here.”

Bachelet in mid-June Provided the latest information on global human rights Progress at the 50th Human Rights Council meeting she said she praised the abortion law in South America but was wary of women’s retreat to reproductive rights in the United States

“I welcome the February Colombian Constitutional Court’s decision to non-criminalize abortion following recent positive developments in these rights, including Argentina and Mexico,” Bachere said. rice field. “This is a time of progress, not a further restriction on these essential rights,” Bachelet said, referring to the Supreme Court’s overthrow of the Roe v. Wade case.

The court, in a 6 to 3 ruling in favor of a conservative majority, banned abortion after 15 weeks of gestation and upheld Mississippi law overturning Law. Judge John Roberts agreed with the court’s conservatives, but claimed that he would have upheld Mississippi law without taking additional steps to completely eliminate Law’s case.

Abortion activists are protesting in front of conservative judges’ homes, pushing the boundaries of what is legal, and the Biden administration’s Justice Department has been unable to curb these protests.

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Law enforcement officers are wary while protesters march on Brett Cabano’s home in the Supreme Court on June 8, 2022 in Chevy Chase, Maryland. (Nathan Howard / Getty Images)
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Protesters in favor of abortion will march on June 13, 2022, in the neighborhood of Samuel Alito of the Supreme Court in Fairfax, Virginia. (Jackson Elliott / Epoch Times)

Many legal experts say protesters are in breach Title 18, Section 1507 of the 1950 United States Code.. Under this law, it is illegal to picket or parade in front of a courthouse or a judge’s house “for the purpose of interfering with, obstructing, or interfering with the judiciary, or for the purpose of influencing the judge.”

Protesters have threatened judges, and destructive and sometimes violent protests have continued since the ruling. Mr Oas said the Supreme Court’s ruling on abortion is very important and that other countries may follow suit.

“Of course, what we do will set a great example for the world, and it may make it bold for other countries to double the protection of life in utero. It is us. But of course, we also know that the debate over abortion around the world has a more direct impact on us, “says Oas.

Oas agrees with Bachelet and seeks to get an abortion illegally if a woman is torted in her state. One of the immediate effects of ending pregnancy may be an increase in women seeking pills.

“In the United States, this is already increasing in the United States, where there are overseas organizations selling abortion drugs to women. Of course, this is not in line with our laws and policies, but it is still. It’s happening and we can expect to see more of this, “Oas said.



Masooma Haq began reporting the Epoch Times from Pakistan in 2008. She currently covers a variety of topics, including US government, culture, and entertainment.

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