Do you support UN will open a field office in South Korea to monitor human rights in North Korea?Posted by: yuna0707
The Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights will open a field office in South Korea on June 23 to monitor human rights in North Korea. The U.N. move follows a recommendation by the Commission of Inquiry, a U.N. panel tasked with probing human rights in the North.
Yes, I support UN will open a field office in South Korea
No, I don't support UN will open a field office in South Korea
I feel really sorry for North Korean people.
To begin with, the fact that the DPRK still exists is the UN's fault, as the Korean war was its first test in the UN's effectiveness at maintaining peace. It failed miserably by creating two states, dividing a people and a region that would constantly be at eachother's throats. The UN also does not have a good intelligence on just how bad it is in the DPRK, this monitoring post could potentially reveal just how horrid things are there and push the world into doing something for once, since, the world is the reason millions of people do not have access to healthcare, food, and the rights to choose their leader, to say what they wish, to have a good education, to have opportunity to better their lives and families. So, I think it is time the UN at least looked like it was doing something, so that maybe the world can see what's happening, care, and DO SOMETHING FOR ONCE.
Waste of money. UN can't do anything about it anyway. Sanctions only hurt civilians. Kim Jong Un and his Military will keep on going. NK won't really feel threatened by some UN peacekeepers.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea has the BEST human rights record!
The UN can't and won't do anything about it anyway. You think they'll just let the people working for the UN in and give them a tour? LOL.