Myanmar: Item 4: Interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar
UN Human Rights Council- Twenty-eighth session, 2-27 March 2015. Amnesty International has submitted two written statements on Myanmar to this Council’s session; this one focuses on extractive industries. These incidents which took place around the Monywa copper mining project, demonstrate the unwillingness of the government of Myanmar to monitor and regulate companies and to provide remedies to people who have experienced severe human rights abuses by companies and officials.
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