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UNITED
NATIONS
A

        General Assembly
Distr.
GENERAL
A/HRC/1/SR.3
4 August 2005

Original: ENGLISH

HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL

First session

High-level segment

SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 3rd MEETING

Held at the Palais des Nations, Geneva,

on Monday, 19 June 2006, at 3 p.m.

President: Mr. DE ALBA (Mexico)

later: Mr. HUSÁK (Czech Republic)
(Vice-President)

later: Mr. DE ALBA (Mexico)
(President)

CONTENTS


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STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE OF MOROCCO

28. Mr. BOUZOUBAA (Morocco) ...

/...

32. Morocco was deeply concerned about the situation in the occupied Palestinian territories and its adverse impact on the right of the Palestinian people to decent living conditions and basic health care. Every effort must be made to reactivate negotiations for the establishment of a Palestinian State with its capital in Jerusalem.

STATEMENT BY THE PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY, MINISTRY FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF MALAYSIA

75. Mr. CHEEK (Malaysia) ...

/...

78. The Council must not overlook the responsibilities that it inherited from the past, particularly the special mandate of the United Nations vis-à-vis the people of Palestine. Given the grave human rights situation and humanitarian crisis in the occupied Palestinian territories, Malaysia supported all those who called on the Council to consider that question as a matter of urgency and take immediate and effective measures. The Council’s response to the situation in Palestine would be an early demonstration of its credibility and legitimacy.

/...

The meeting rose at 7.05 p.m.



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