Int’l organization makes conclusion about report on Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan, Baku, Dec 10 /Trend E.Mehdiyev /
The joint working group fixing the international standards on human rights made a conclusion on Amnesty International's report for 2011.
The Working Group considers Amnesty International's observation for the situation with human rights in more than 150 world countries and preparation of periodic reports in this area as a fact worthy approving. The group noted with regret that the reports submitted by the organization Amnesty International to the public are not always prepared on the basis of extensive research. In some cases they are one-sided and biased.
One of the documents on the situation of human rights, freedom of speech and press in Azerbaijan was drawn up in 2011. It is also regrettable, the message said.
"The report reflects the desire of authors," the message said. "They want the process, occurring in the Arab world since early 2011, to take place in Azerbaijan. They regret that this scenario did not occur in Azerbaijan. One of the main objectives of the document was to prove allegedly objective desires of authors of the report and to inform the world community about these "objective" expectations."
The report was prepared to protect a predetermined position.