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Families have a “right to know”: UN rights experts seek transparency in the death of civil servants

UN human rights experts called for more information on Tuesday about the murder of a high-ranking government official in North Korean waters. He was reportedly told by the victim’s brother that his family had a “right to know.” At a meeting in Seoul with Lee Rejin, the brother of a fisherman who was shot dead by North Korea two years ago, North Korea’s UN Special Rapporteur for Human Rights, Tomás Ojea Quintana, is also a family member of North Korea. Said that he should help. Reveal the whole truth, discipline responsible persons, and compensate for family losses.

https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/nation/2022/07/103_331799.html?fl Families have a “right to know”: UN rights experts seek transparency in the death of civil servants

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