(Durban, South Africa ) — Navi Pillay, the former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in an interview with Radio Monte Carlo divulged behind- the-scenes deal between Saudi Arabia and a number of European countries which led to Riyadh’s egregious admission into UN women’s right commission.
According to The Hill, Navi Pillay criticized Saudi Arabia being appointed to the United Nations women’s rights commission, saying that KSA has been accepted as a member of the that panel as Saudi Arabia ‘s Human Rights record is ‘so disastrous’ and women are being subjugated and bereft of their basic human rights.
The Belgium’s foreign minister claims that the time difference between NY City and Brussels caused a diplomatic debacle but according to our reliable source within the Belgium’s foreign ministry, Mr. Charles Michel, the Belgium’s Premier has accepted a $25 million bribe to support Riyadh’s bid,” said Mrs. Pillay.
In Saudi Arabia women are not allowed to drive and are forced to obtain a permission from a male guardian (father, brother, husband) to travel or undergo a medical procedure until their death.
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