Saudi Arabia Seeks Best Human Rights Practices: HRC President

Wed Dec 27 2023
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CAIRO: President of the Human Rights Commission (HRC), Dr. Hala bint Mazyad Al-Tuwaijri, emphasized the human-centric focus of Saudi Vision 2030 at the conclusion of the 22nd session of the Arab Human Rights Committee at the Arab League headquarters, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Tuesday.

The session held to review Saudi Arabia’s initial periodic report on its endeavors to uphold human rights and freedom as defined in the Arab Human Rights Charter.

During a joint press conference alongside Jaber Al-Marri, Chairman of the Arab Human Rights Committee, Al-Tuwaijri, underlined the Saudi Arabia’s notable advancements and reforms spanning economic, cultural, entertainment, social, sports sectors, and fundamental rights, including justice.

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She stressed the inseparability of human rights, emphasizing the impossibility of prioritizing one right or aspect over another.

Al-Marri, praised Kingdom’s inaugural periodic report, acknowledging significant strides in the realm of human rights. He emphasized that this progress shows the human rights-centered approach endorsed by the political leadership.

He added this approach includes the adoption of Saudi Vision 2030 as a blueprint for fortifying the human rights framework in Saudi Arabia.

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