On Sunday, member of the Constitutional Court, Leila Asalaoui, received the United Nations Special Rapporteur in charge of the file of human rights defenders, Mary Lawlor, who is on an official visit to Algeria, according to a court statement.
By the way, Mrs. Asalawi affirmed that “the profound reforms that Algeria is witnessing aim to consolidate the state of rights and law in the country and to preserve and preserve human rights,” noting what was stated in the constitutional amendment of November 1, 2020 in the field of human rights.
The member of the Constitutional Court also mentioned most of the international agreements ratified by Algeria.
For her part – the statement adds – Mrs. Mary Lawlor referred to “the efforts made to preserve human rights by strengthening the principle of guaranteeing freedoms and disseminating it in all countries, in accordance with what is required by international agreements,” appreciating “the strides made by Algeria in preserving human rights and ensuring human rights.” Its defenders.”
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