UN: massive violations of human rights taking place in Syria


Amid reports about the possibility of issuance of the Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon has appointed his predecessor, Kofi Annan's special envoy to the International Organization in Syria, condemned the international report of what he called "crimes against humanity, committed in Syria, with the knowledge and consent and clear of the highest levels of the state." The committee said, "Truth", which issued the Human Rights Council UN resolution formed to assess the humanitarian situation in Syria, said that "widespread abuse, systematic and serious human rights", is being committed in the Arab country where mass protests, since nearly a year, calling for the departure of the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
Although the Syrian authorities did not allow the entry of the fact-finding, the commission said in its report, it delivered the High Commissioner for Human Rights circumstance is closed, contains the names of persons who bear the greatest responsibility for human rights violations in Syria. The Commission stated, according to a statement posted on the United Nations Radio, I got (CNN. That. That) in Arabic, a copy of it, that the envelope also includes the names of armed groups against the government, committed human rights violations, in reference to "the Syrian army free", which leading the armed opposition against the Assad regime.