Monday, 5 May 2014 (Afternoon)
(Disclaimer: The following brief is not an official record, provides a brief factual summary of the UPR Working Group meeting with the State under review, and does not cover all points addressed)
Equatorial GuineaRepresented by a 16-member delegation headed by Mr. Alfonso NSUE MOKUY, Deputy Prime Minister or Human Rights of Guinea.
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Equatorial Guinea page on the UPR website.
Estonia, Japan and South Africa.
Few points raised in the opening statement of State under review:(See full statement on the
Equatorial Guinea page on the UPR Extranet **)
In total of 76
States participated in the dialogue: 32 HRC members and 44 observers (Statements available on
Equatorial Guinea page on the UPR Extranet **).
Positive achievements noted by delegations included, among others:
Issues and questions raised by the Working Group included,
States participating in the dialogue posed a series of
recommendations to Equatorial Guinea. These pertained to the following issues,
The adoption of the report of the UPR Working Group on Equatorial Guinea is scheduled to take place on
Thursday, 8 May 2014.
*The troikas are a group of three States selected through a drawing of lots who serve as rapporteurs and who are charged with preparing the report of the Working Group on the country review with the involvement of the State under review and assistance from the OHCHR.
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