Screen Protectors in Uganda

Screen Protectors in Uganda
Screen Protectors in Uganda

The U.S. government’s campaign against the so-called NRC in Rwanda has been supported by Uganda’s military, which is opposed to the NRC but who is supporting the U.N. Human Rights Council resolution. The NRC is an African state formed by an international body called International Criminal Court.

In its Resolution 2 on “the international human rights system,” the United States Congress reaffirmed that nations have the right to choose for the protection of human rights. It called for an international community to take the lead in providing compensation to victims of genocide or war.

The U.S. government, however, has turned to other countries like Sudan and Ethiopia to enforce its policy — the U.N. special rapporteur has called for a United Nations Council resolution, which would be the highest-level diplomatic forum on human rights and international law. The U.S.-backed resolution also would ensure that the U.N. special rapporteur will not apply the provisions of the resolution. However, the U.S. government would not confirm its backing of the treaty resolution.

Harsh language

A number of high-profile human rights critics see Uganda’s human rights record as proof that U.S.-backed human rights violations are a common occurrence. In August 2015, a three former Ugandan government officials alleged in a criminal complaint that U.S. policy has turned them into war criminals. During Screen Protectors in Uganda