India’s historic victory in the UN, found in the Human Rights Council

India’s historic victory in the UN, found in the Human Rights Council
13 Oct

United Nations: India was elected on Friday for three years in the United Nations Top Human Rights Organization. His tenure starts from January 1, 2019. He got 188 votes in the Asia-Pacific category. He has received the highest number of votes in all the candidates. The 193-member UN General Assembly elected new members of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). Through the secret ballot, 18 new members have been elected with full majority. Countries need at least 97 votes to be elected to the council.

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Syed Akbaruddin

Voting for a Happy Outcome

Thanks to the support of our all friends @UN, India wins seat to human rights council with highest votes in all candidates.🙏🏽

9:24 PM – Oct 12, 2018
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India was striving for a seat in the Asia Pacific category. With India, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Fiji and Philippine also claimed to subscribe from this category. Given that five countries are in the election ground for five seats from the Asia-Pacific category, India’s election was almost certain.
After this election, Indian Ambassador to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin said that the victory of India by the majority of votes shows India’s credibility in the international community. They thanked those who voted in favor of India.

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