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 December 3 2015; Geneva (Switzerland)
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28 October 2015
General Assembly Elects 18 Members to Human Rights Council, Confirms Six States Nominated to Programme and Coordination Committee
Seventieth Session, 42nd Meeting (AM) 
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ອົງການ ພັນທະມິຕ ເພື່ອ ປະຊາທິປະໄຕ ໃນ ລາວ
ອົງການ ພັນທະມິຕ ເພື່ອ ປະຊາທິປະໄຕ ໃນ ລາວ
Alliance for democracy in Laos

ສປປລາວ ເປັນ ປະເທສ ນື່ງ ທີ່ ສມັກເຂົ້າ ແຂ່ງຂັນ ເລືອກຕັ້ງ ເປັນ ສະມາຊິກ ສະພາ ສິດທິ ມະນຸດ ຂອງ ສະຫະ ປະຊາຊາດ ໃນ ຈຳນວນ 5 ປະເທສ ສຳລັບ ເຂດ ເອເຊັຽ - ປາຊີຟີກ.

ແຕ່ ໃນການ ປ່ອນບັດ ເລືອກຕັ້ງ ຢູ່ໃນ ກອງປະຊຸມ ໃຫຍ່ ສະຫະ ປະຊາຊາດ ທີ່ ນະຄອນ ນິວຢ໊ອກ ສະຫະຣັຖ ອະເມຣິກາ ໃນ ວັນທີ 28 ຕຸລາ 2015 ນັ້ນ ສປປລາວ ບໍ່ໄດ້ຮັບ ເລືອກ ເຂົ້າເປັນ ສະມາຊິກ ສະພາ ສິດທິ ມະນຸດ, ຊຶ່ງ ພັນທະມິດ ເພື່ອ ປະຊາ ທິປະຕັຍ ໃນລາວ ເຫັນວ່າ ເປັນຜົລ ມາຈາກ ທາງການ ລາວ ໄດ້ ຣະເມີດ ສິດທິ ມະນຸດ ຢ່າງ ຮ້າຍແຮງ ແລະ ມາຈາກ ການເຄື່ອນໄຫວ ຂອງ ປະຊາຊົນ ລາວ ທີ່ ຕໍ່ສູ້ ເພື່ອ ສິດ ເສຣີພາບ ແລ ປະຊາທິປະຕັຍ. ກ່ຽວກັບ ເຣຶ່ອງ ນີ້ ດຣ. ບຸນທອນ ຈັນທະລາວົງ ວີເຊີ ປະທານ ພັນທະມິດ ເພື່ອ ປະຊາ ທິປະຕັຍ ໃນລາວ ສະແດງ ອອກເຖິງ ຄວາມ ຮູ້ສຶກ ຂອງຕົນ ກໍຄື ຂອງ ອົງການ ພວກທ່ານ ວ່າ: ຂໍເຊີນ ທ່ານ ຮັບຟັງ ການ ສັມພາດ ຕໍ່ໄປໄດ້.

ສປປລ,ຕົກຮອບ ທີ່ສະຫະປະຊາຊາຕ,ກຸງນີວຢອກ.

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Posted by LDAS on Donnerstag, 29. Oktober 2015

The General Assembly today elected 18 States to serve on the Human Rights Council, the United Nations body responsible for the promotion and protection of all human rights around the globe.

Those elected were Belgium, Burundi, Côte d’Ivoire, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Georgia, Germany, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Panama, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Slovenia, Switzerland, Togo, United Arab Emirates and Venezuela.  All would serve three-year terms beginning on 1 January 2016.

The 18 outgoing members were Argentina, Brazil, Côte d’Ivoire, Estonia, Ethiopia, Gabon, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Montenegro, Pakistan, Republic of Korea, Sierra Leone, United Arab Emirates, United States and Venezuela.  In accordance with Assembly resolution 60/251, those Member States were eligible for immediate re-election except the delegation which had served two consecutive terms, namely, the United States.

The 18 new members were elected according to the following pattern: five seats for African States, five seats for Asia-Pacific States, two seats for Eastern European States, three seats for Latin American and Caribbean States and three seats for Western European and other States.

Of those elected, Burundi, Georgia, Togo, Mongolia and Panama will be sitting on the Geneva-based body for the first time.  Re-elected for an additional term was Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Germany, Kenya, Republic of Korea, United Arab Emirates and Venezuela.

Assembly President Federico A. Gonzàlez announced that the following States would also continue as members of the Human Rights Council: Albania, Algeria, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Botswana, China, Congo, Cuba, El Salvador, France, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Latvia, Maldives, Mexico, Morocco, Namibia, Netherlands, Nigeria, Paraguay, Portugal, Qatar, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, United Kingdom and Viet Nam.

He noted that, in accordance with Assembly resolution 65/281, beginning in 2013, the Human Rights Council would start its yearly membership cycle on 1 January.  As a transitional measure, the period of office of its members ending in June 2015 had been exceptionally extended until the end of the calendar year.

Created by the Assembly in May 2006 (resolution 60/251) as the principal United Nations body dealing with human rights, the Human Rights Council comprises 47 elected Member States.  On the basis of equitable geographical distribution, Council seats are allocated to the five regional groups as follows:  African States, 13 seats; Asia-Pacific States, 13 seats; Eastern European States, 6 seats; Latin American and Caribbean States, 8 seats; and Western European and other States, 7 seats.

Ahead of that action, the Assembly also declared six States nominated by the Economic and Social Council, namely Argentina, France, Peru, Russian Federation, United Republic of Tanzania and Zimbabwe members of the Committee for Programme and Coordination — the main subsidiary organ of the Council and the Assembly for planning, programming and coordination.  Their three-year term of office would begin on 1 January 2016.

Argentina and Zimbabwe would fill vacancies that will occur on 31 December 2015, as a result of the expiration of the terms of office of Botswana and El Salvador.  France, Peru, Russian Federation and the United Republic of Tanzania will, whose terms of office also expire at year’s end 2015, were re-elected for another term.

They join Committee members Armenia, Belarus, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, China, Cuba, Ethiopia, Equatorial Guinea, Haiti, Iran, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Namibia, Pakistan, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay and Venezuela.

The States were elected according to the following pattern:  two seats among the African States; one seat among the Eastern European States; two seats among the Latin American and Caribbean States; and two seats among the Western European and other States.  The Assembly postponed the nomination of one member from the Western European and other States for election for a three-year term beginning on 1 January 2016.

Member States were reminded that there was one vacancy from among the Western European and other States for a term beginning on the date of election and expiring on 31 December 2015, and one vacancy each from the Asia-Pacific States and the Western European and other States for a term beginning on the date of election and expiring on 31 December 2017.  The Assembly would act on those vacancies upon nomination by the Economic and Social Council.

The General Assembly will reconvene at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, 30 October, to discuss the question of equitable representation on and increase in the membership of the Security Council and other matters related to the Security Council.

Voting Results for Human Rights Council
African States (5 seats) 

Elected: Togo 189, Ethiopia 186, Côte d’Ivoire 186, Kenya 180, Burundi 162

Others Receiving Votes: Uganda 12, Cameroon 2, Benin 1, Lesotho 1

Asia-Pacific States (5 seats)

Elected: Mongolia 172, United Arab Emirates 159, Kyrgyzstan 147, Republic of Korea 136, Philippines 113

Not Elected: Lao People’s Democratic Republic 105, Pakistan 105

Others Receiving Votes: Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 1, Kazakhstan 1, Thailand 1 

Eastern European States (2 seats)

Elected: Slovenia 179, Georgia 177

Others Receiving Votes: Romania 1, Hungary 1

Latin American and Caribbean States (3 seats)

Elected: Panama 157, Ecuador 152, Venezuela 131

Not Elected: Bahamas 113 

Western European and Other States (3 seats)

Elected: Switzerland 176, Germany 174, Belgium 172

Others Receiving Votes: Luxembourg 1, Sweden 1

The Eve of the 2016 UN Human Rights Council Election
 The ADL at the United Nations in New York
  October 23, 2015

The ADL at the United Nations in New 
York, September 15 2015
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Lao Whistleblower Detained For Publishing Concession Document Online
Visitors relax at the Khouangxi waterfalls in Luang Prabang in an undated photo.
Visitors relax at the Khouangxi waterfalls in Luang Prabang in an undated photo.
Authorities in Laos have detained a woman who posted information on social media about a controversial land concession granted by the local government in Luang Prabang province to Chinese investors, prompting a storm of criticism over the agreement from the country’s netizens. 
Chanthaphone, a provincial Natural Resources and Environment Department staffer, was detained June 25 for posting a “confidential document” on her Facebook account about the deal to develop the area around the Khouangxi waterfalls, a popular tourist attraction, a local source said. 
The mid-June posting had sparked widespread public criticism among locals who say the provincial government routinely gives away public property to domestic and foreign investors in the form of concessions which bring the population little benefit. 
“After the information about the deal spread on social media, the governor organized an urgent meeting with the directors of all provincial government offices to inform them of what happened and investigate who posted it on social media,” the source told RFA’s Lao Service, speaking on condition of anonymity. 
According to the source, authorities identified Chanthaphone after determining that the document had originated from her office. 
“At this point, only government employees know what is happening with her and everything is confidential,” he said, adding that Chanthaphone’s parents work in the same office as her and are responsible for preventing staff members from posting comments or opinions on social media. 
The source said that provincial officials have been warned by their superiors that anyone found to post comments on the Khouangxi waterfalls land concession or Chanthaphone’s detention will be subject to punishment. 
“Many government employees are scared and have been trying to delete their comments and posts from their Facebook accounts and other social media sites,” he said. 
A provincial official, who also declined to be named, confirmed Chanthaphone’s detention to RFA. 
“Chanthaphone was detained as part of an investigation, but the investigation has yet to be concluded,” the official said, adding that he believed “she will not be found guilty and will be let off.” 
Other officials from the provincial government’s Information and Culture and Tourism departments told RFA they were unaware of her case and had received no information about a document leak. 

Controversial deal

Khampheng Saysompheng, governor of Luang Prabang province, approved China’s A-Cho Group Company for a land concession to develop the area surrounding the Khouangxi waterfalls, one of the country’s most famous natural landmarks. 
The governor, who is also the son-in-law of former President Khamtay Siphandone and husband of Viengthong Siphandone, president of the State Audit Organization, issued the decision in April, although it was not made public at the time. 
The deal came to light, however, when Chanthaphone published a copy of a document related to Khampheng’s decision on Facebook, leading to a storm of public criticism over the deal. 
According to the document, the governor has assigned personnel from Luang Prabang’s planning and investment, information culture and tourism, natural resources and environmental services along with district authorities and employees from other relevant sectors to work with A-Cho Group to conduct a survey and environmental impact assessment of the planned investment and development of the area. 
In the meantime, the provincial government is preparing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to be signed with the Chinese company to approve each kind of investment for the concession. 
Once the survey and assessment are completed, the results will be submitted to Khampheng who will then grant the Chinese the concession, the document said. 

Provincial concessions

Luang Prabang, an ancient capital more than 1,000 years old, was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995 and is the most popular Lao city for both domestic and international tourists. Since then, foreign investors have pumped money into local real estate projects after getting land concessions from the government.  
But locals who oppose public property being granted to foreign and domestic companies refuse to speak out publicly because they fear retribution in the form of threats.  
Six years ago, three people who had their land taken away from them by the government to make way for a golf course project financed by South Korean investors were detained in prison for more than two years. One of those detained was an official from the Ministry of Justice. 
Khampheng has previously granted land concessions for public property to companies. He gave the Lao firm Sisak Construction Company concessions to the provincial club building locally known as Hongsaek, Lane Xang public park at the edge of the Provincial Airport, and the Phamsay River, which is used for boat racing. 
Sources told RFA last month that the governor also gave the Lao firm Tieng Douangpaserth Construction Company a land concession for a restaurant in That Luang yard, a provincial venue used for traditional processions and key events. 

Netizens targeted

Chanthaphone is the second person since May known to be detained by police in Laos on charges related to information they posted on Facebook. 
Phout Mitane, a 26-year-old resident of Nabouam village in Xayaburi province’s Phieng district, was taken into custody without an arrest warrant by local police officers on May 21, a week after she posted photos on Facebook allegedly showing police officers extorting money from her brother over a traffic violation. Phout remains in detention. 
Use of social media in Laos has surged in recent years, with an increasing number of people looking to the internet to find news and information they do not have access to in state-run media. 
In September last year, Lao Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong signed Decree No. 327 into law, prohibiting online criticism of the government and the ruling communist party, and setting out stiff penalties for netizens and Internet service providers who violate controls. 
Under the decree, which took effect on Oct. 1, netizens face criminal charges for publishing “untrue information” about policies of the ruling Lao People's Revolutionary Party or the Lao government for the purpose of “undermining … the country.”  
Reported by RFA’s Lao Service. Translated by Ounkeo Souksavanh. Written in English by Joshua Lipes.
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ເຈົ້າໜ້າທີ່ ແຂວງ ຫລວງ ພຣະບາງ ຜູ້ ບໍ່ປະສົງ ອອກຊື່, ກ່າວຕໍ່ ນັກຂ່າວ ເອເຊັຽ ເສຣີ ໃນ ວັນທີ 30 ມິຖຸນາ 2015 ນີ້ວ່າ, ຜູ້ ທີ່ ຖືກຈັບ ນັ້ນ ຊື່ວ່າ ນາງ ຈັນທະພອນ, ເປັນ ພະນັກງານ ຢູ່ ຜແນກ ຊັພຍາກອນ ທໍາມະຊາດ ແລະ ສິ່ງແວດລ້ອມ ແຂວງ ຫລວງ ພຣະບາງ. ນາງ ຈັນທະພອນ ຖືກຈັບ ໃນ ອາທິດ ທີ່ ຜ່ານມາ, ໃນ ຂໍ້ຫາ ເອົາ ຄໍາສັ່ງ ຂໍ້ ຕົກລົງ ຂອງ ເຈົ້າແຂວງ ອອກ ເຜີຍແພ່ ໃນ ສື່ສັງຄົມ ອອນລາຍ.
ໃນ ຂໍ້ຕົກລົງ ຂອງ ທ່ານ ຄໍາແພງ ໄຊສົມແພງ, ເຈົ້າແຂວງ ຫລວງ ພຣະບາງ ວ່າດ້ວຍ ການໃຫ້ ສໍາປະທານ ທີ່ດິນ ເຂດ ບໍຣິເວນ ອ້ອມຮອບ ຕາດ ກວາງຊີ ທີ່ ເປັນ ສະຖານທີ່ ທ່ອງທ່ຽວ, ໃຫ້ແກ່ ນັກ ລົງທຶນ ຈີນ, ຊຶ່ງ ຂໍ້ຕົກລົງ ດັ່ງກ່າວ ແມ່ນ ເຈົ້າແຂວງ ຫລວງ ພຣະບາງ ເປັນຜູ້ ເຊັນ ໃນເດືອນ ເມສາ ທີ່ ຜ່ານມາ. ແລະ ຕໍ່ມາ ໃນກາງ ເດືອນ ມິຖຸນາ ຂໍ້ ຕົກລົງ ດັ່ງກ່າວ ກໍຖືກ ນໍາມາ ເຜີຍແພ່ ທາງ ສື່ສັງຄົມ ອອກນລາຍ ເຟສບຸກ, ເຮັດໃຫ້ ເກີດ ມີການ ວິພາກ ວິຈານ ກັນ ຢ່າງ ກວ້າງຂວາງ.
ເຈົ້າໜ້າທີ່ ກ່າວ ຕື່ມວ່າ, ຫລັງຈາກ ທີ່ ມີການ ເຜີຍແພ່ ຂໍ້ຕົກລົງ ດັ່ງກ່າວ ແລ້ວ, ທ່ານ ເຈົ້າແຂວງ ກໍມີ ປະຊຸມ ດ່ວນ, ເພື່ອ ກວດສອບ ຊອກຫາ ຜູ້ທີ່ ເຜີຍແພ່ ເອກກະສານ, ແລະ ຕໍ່ມາ ຈຶ່ງ ມີການ ຈັບກຸມ ນາງ ຈັນທະພອນ, ຊຶ່ງ ທາງການ ແຂວງ ເຫັນວ່າ ນາງ ເປັນຜູ້ ນໍາເອົາ ເອກກະສານ ມາ ເຜີຍແພ່.
ການຈັບກຸມ ໃນ ຄັ້ງນີ້, ເຈົ້າໜ້າທີ່ ກ່ຽວຂ້ອງ ອ້າງວ່າ ນາງ ຈັນທະພອນ ມີຄວາມຜິດ ໃນ ຂໍ້ຫາ ນໍາເອົາ ເອກກະສານ "ລັບ" ຂອງ ຫ້ອງການ ອອກມາ ເຜີຍແພ່, ແຕ່ ໃນ ຂນະທີ່ ຜູ້ ຊ່ຽວຊານ ດ້ານ ກົດໝາຍ, ຜູ້ທີ່ ບໍ່ປະສົງ ອອກຊື່ ໄດ້ກ່າວ ຕໍ່ ນັກຂ່າວ ເອເຊັຽ ເສຣີ ວ່າ:
ຄັນ ຖ້າຫາກວ່າ, ເຈົ້າແຂວງ ໃຫ້ ອະນຸມັດ ການ ສໍາປະທານ ຢ່າງ ເປີດເຜີຍ ແລະ ໂປ່ງໄສ, ບໍ່ມີຫຍັງ ຈະຕ້ອງ ປິດບັງ ແລ້ວ, ເອກກະສານ ຂໍ້ຕົກລົງ ນັ້ນ ກໍບໍ່ແມ່ນ ເອກກະສານ ທີ່ ເປັນ "ຄວາມລັບ" ແຕ່ຢ່າງໃດ ເພາະວ່າ ຕາມ ຣະບຽບການ ຫຼື ນິຕິກັມ ວ່າດ້ວຍ ການໃຫ້ ສໍາປະທານ ທີ່ດິນ ຈະຕ້ອງ ມີ ຂະບວນການ ປຶກສາ ຫາລື່ ຢ່າງ ກວ້າງຂວາງ ແລະ ໂປ່ງໄສ.

ອຸ່ນແກ້ວ ສຸກສະຫວັນ
ທັມມະຊາດ ນໍ້າຕົກ ຕາດກວາງຊີ ທີ່ ແຂວງ ຫລວງພຣະບາງ
ທັມມະຊາດ ນໍ້າຕົກ ຕາດກວາງຊີ ທີ່ ແຂວງ ຫລວງພຣະບາງ
ຟັງ ຫຼື ດາວໂຫລດເນື້ອເຣື້ອງ
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ຂ່າວ ການ ສໍາປະທານ ເຂດ ອ້ອມຮອບ ຕາດ ກວາງຊີ ແຂວງ ຫລວງ ພຣະບາງ ຍັງ ເປັນສິ່ງ ທີ່ ສັງຄົມ ໃຫ້ ຄວາມ ສົນໃຈ. ຫລ້າສຸດ ໃນ ທ້າຍເດືອນ ມິຖຸນາ ທີ່ ຜ່ານມາ ມີຣາຍງານ ວ່າ ນາງ ຈັນທະພອນ ຜູ້ທີ່ ເອົາ ຂໍ້ ຕົກລົງ ການ ອະນຸມັດ ສໍາປະທານ ໃຫ້ແກ່ ນັກ ລົງທຶນຈີນ ລົງ ເຜີຍແພ່ ທາງ ສື່ສັງຄົມ ອອນລາຍ, ເຟສບຸກ ນັ້ນ, ຖືກ ເຈົ້າໜ້າທີ່ ຈັບ ຕົວ ໄປ ສອບສວນ.
ການ ຈັບ ນາງ ຈັນທະພອນ ຂັງ ໃນ ຄັ້ງນີ້, ເຈົ້າໜ້າທີ່ ອ້າງວ່າ ນາງ ນໍາເອົາ ເອກກະສານ ທີ່ ເປັນ ຄວາມລັບ ຂອງ ແຂວງ ອອກ ເຜີຍແພ່, ແຕ່ ໃນ ເວລາ ດຽວກັນ ສັງຄົມ ແລະ ປະຊາຊົນ ກໍມີ ຂໍ້ ສົງໄສ ກ່ຽວກັບ ເອກກະສານ ຂໍ້ ຕົກລົງ ການໃຫ້ ສໍາປະທານ ນັ້ນວ່າ, ເປັນ ເອກກະສານ ຄວາມລັບ ແທ້ ຫລື ບໍ່, ຫລືວ່າ  ເປັນ ເອກກະສານ ທີ່ ຈະຕ້ອງ ມີການ ເປີດເຜີຍ ຕໍ່ ສາທາຣະນະຊົນ ໃຫ້ ຮັບຮູ້ ກ່ຽວກັບ ຂັ້ນຕອນ ຂອງ ການໃຫ້ ສໍາປະທານ

  Following their arrest and detention of Ms. Khamphout Mitan (for taking pictures of the     traffic police at a check point while they were issuing vehicle fines to motorists and for posting the pictures on Facebook), the authorities of Xayaburi province have ordered every district to notify the people that those who possess cameras and video recording devices need to come in to register and document them.   In addition, the authorities have banned the photographing and video-taping of the police      and exposing them on Facebook. Also forbidden is the publicizing of pictures and other   material affecting the government and national security. Violators will be arrested and punished as political prisoners.          
ຫັລງຈາກເຈົ້າຫ້ນາທີ່ແຂວງໄຊຍະບູລີຈັບຕົວນາງພຸດ ມີຕັນ ເລື້ອງຖ່າຍຮູບເຈົ້າຫ້ນາທີ່ຕັ້ງປ້ອມຍາມ ເພື່ອປັບໃຫ່ມເງີນຄ່າລົດນຳປະຊາຊົນ ລົງແຟດບຸກແລ້ວ  ດຽວນີ້ທາງການລາວອອກຄຳສັ່ງໃຫ້ທຸກເມືອງ ແຈ້ງໄປໃຫ້ປະຊາຊົນ ວ່າ ໃຜມີກ້ອງຖ່າຍຮູບ  ກ້ອງວີດີໂອ ມີເລັນໃຫ້ເຂົ້າມາຈົດທະບຽນນຳເຈົ້າຫ້ນາທີ່ໄວ້ເປັນລາຍລັກອັກສອນ  ແລະມີຄຳສັ່ງຫ້າມປະຊາຊົນຖ່າຍຮູບປະຈານເຈົ້າຫ້ນາທີ່ລົງແຟດບຸກ ແລະຖ່າຍຮູບເອົາຫັລກຖານທີ່ແຕະຕ້ອງລັດທະບານແລະຄວາມຫັ້ມນຄົງຂອງຊາດລົງໄປເຜີຍແຜ່  ຖ້າໃຜລະເມີດຈະຈັບກຸມໃສ່ໂທດຖານ ເຖິງຂັ້ນເປັນນັກໂທດການເມືອງ          

Dekree 327:
Decree 327 ENG.pdf (PDF — 40 KB)

Dekree 327:
ADL Statement:


RFA, USA, 7/3/2015 .ສິຕທິມະນຸສໃນລາວ

Posted by Sisouck Khamsone on Samstag, 4. Juli 2015

UN Human Rights Council documents for Laos 2015
Summary prepared by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (ENG):
Report of the working group, Recomendations (ENG):
Recomendations (LAO):
 Responses by the lao Government:

The ADL at the UN Human Rights Council
 in Geneva June 18/19 2015
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The ADL at the ACSC/APF 2015 in Kuala 
Lumpur: Sessions and Demonstrations
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ADL Demonstration in Kuala Lumpur
ADL demonstrates for freedom at the MCA building in Kuala Lumpur
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APF Workshop UPR and CSO
ADL and other CSO's does a side event at the APF/2015 in Kuala Lumpur.
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Interview with the CEO president
Dr. Bounthone Chanthalavong- Wiese helds an interview with Ngeungn nDinh Thang PhD. CEO & President about the relationships between Laos and Vietnam.
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APF 2015 Lao Workshop
Independend NGO's/CSO'S in a session together with GONGO's. Trouble between the NGO's and GONGO's about freedom, human rights, Sombath Somphone and the APF/2016 in Laos. GONGO's said that there are n...
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The march of the CSO's in Kuala Lumpur 2015
The ADL group marches together with the other CSO members and demonstrates for human rights. The people has marched round the Petronas Tower in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

 The ADL and allied organizations at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva:
Events, Demonstrations, participation to the UPR session for Laos

 UN Documents at UPR about the Lao PDR

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Universal Periodic Report 2nd cycle for Laos
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Lao PDR Review 21st Session of Universal Periodic Review
United Nations Human Rights council, 2nd cycle. Lao PDR report with questions and recommendations from the international community. The ADL has taken part as NGO.
The last answer of the Lao government:

"We have no further replies!"
Detailed Human rights Report by the ADL:
 Questions and recommendations by the ADL:
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Demonstration for Human Rights in Laos in front of the UN Building in Geneva, Switzerland
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Demonstration for Human Rights for Laos in Geneva 2015
Some hundred Lao refuges made some demonstrations for human rights in Geneva, Swiss, in front of the United Nations building, at the "Broken Chair" monument.
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Laos the path to democracy on Livestream
ADL Press conference at the Press- club in Geneva. The ADL representatives speaks about the UN and UPR.
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ADL Meeting Geneva 2015
ADL meeting in Geneva (Switzerland) on January 19 2015. Human Rights situation in Laos, speeches and elections. Dr. Bounthone Chanthalavong- Wiese re-elected for ADL president.
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ADL side event at the United Nations
ADL human rights report at the United Nations. January 19 2015
The Speeches for Download:
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