Venezuela: Open letter from Kumi Naidoo to Member States of UN Human Rights Council
As states gather in Geneva for the 42nd session of the Human Rights Council, Kumi Naidoo writes on behalf of 53,677 activists from over 131 countries1 to ask states to seize this opportunity to support the victims of the unprecedented human rights crisis in Venezuela and create a Commission of Inquiry that offers truth and justice to its victims.
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