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Bhutan general information report.
The total number of human living in the world  of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights are about 6500 million Africa . The human  of Asia is close to 4000 million of which human of Bhutan   are about   666,900. Bhutan    represent a unique lifestyles, which require human rights protection.. Bhutan   represent systems of government very Democracy supported by Kingdom. Bhutan   is the poor economy in Asia ..Bhutan   general information report it has State capital  Thimphu . Bhutan   right report of basic languages is Dzongkha (official)  . Bhutan  people Major religion report is: Buddhism (official)  .Bhutan   are failing to provide Education  free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages as committed in UN Charter of Human Rights, 1948. Failing to provide Technical and professional University for higher education  equally accessible to all on the basis of merit as accepted in Universal Declaration of Human Rights... Bhutan    provide basic human rights for political stability. . No Abuse of human rights of children and women are reported in Bhutan 

Right general information report of Bhutan ;
The Wangchuck hereditary monarchy has wielded power in Bhutan since 1907. But Bhutan became a two-party parliamentary democracy after elections in March 2008.  Bhutan's ancient Buddhist culture and breathtaking scenery make it a natural tourist attraction.
Bhutan people faith in Buddhism, Bhutan respect human rights. Tourism is restricted; visitors must travel as part of a pre-arranged package or guided tour. Backpackers and independent travelers are discouraged. King Jigme Singye Wangchuck - the father of the present monarch - went to great lengths to preserve the indigenous Buddhist culture of the majority Drukpa people. This ethnic group has a common culture of human rights with the Tibetans and other Himalayan peoples. National dress is compulsory - the knee-length wrap-around "gho" for men and the ankle-length dress known as the "kira" for women. The Bhutanese monarchy has also promoted the philosophy of "Gross National Happiness" , which strives to achieve a balance between the human rights and the material. But by the 1990s, attempts to stress the majority Buddhist culture and the lack of any political representation had led to deep resentment among the ethnic Nepali community in the south.
Violence erupted and tens of thousands of Nepali speakers fled to refugee camps in Nepal. Some 100,000 refugees live in UN-supervised camps in Nepal, continue victim of  human rights. Out of this refugee population , facing human rights, have sprung a number of insurgent groups - the Bhutan Communist Party  The Bhutanese security forces believe they are behind the wave of bombings that rocked the kingdom in the run-up to the 2008 parliamentary elections. The leaders of Nepal and Bhutan had promised to try and repatriate the refugees before the elections. However, there has been little progress on this front. India does not allow the refugees onto its territory which lies between Bhutan and Nepal, and although the US and some other countries have agreed to accept tens of thousands of the refugees, some refugee leaders say that the only acceptable path is complete repatriation to Bhutan  Refugees are still victim of  human rights
Right information report  available online is that: The government's human rights record remained poor, and there were numerous, serious problems. Human rights abuses included:  unlawful torture by police,  official corruption and impunity; judicial inefficiency and lack of independence ,  human rights violence against women and children. Although  government prosecuted some human rights violators. Results of  human rights investigations and abuses were seldom released. Domestic media and local human rights activists Right information report  available online is that that police use of excessive force resulted in killings.
 

Human rights are for human life in a Member State of the United Nations (UN). Bhutan joining the United Nations has been accepted since 21-09-1971. So foundation of human rights in Bhutan was in the year 1946 and now, Bhutan is one of the 192 UN member states. Thus, Bhutan has committed itself to respect human rights to peace and security of its people and promote social progress and better standards of life in Bhutan, increasing human rights Bhutan. . As members of the United Nations, Bhutan is to make the legal system of human rights in Bhutan to attend to complaints of human rights, or when you are not satisfied, talk to a judicial system for complaints relating to human rights at UN level.

Right information report based on US Departments Reports, and Amnesty International and many local human rights activists is that implementation of declaration on many articles is mere formality and administration human rights record remained poor although there were improvements.  Human rights of women dress and human rights of child education as given in declaration of human rights are repeatedly violated  .Child human rights, Disability human rights, Housing human rights, employment human rights, Refugee human rights, Reproductive Rights, Trafficking human rights are repeatedly being violated and there is no check over it, by administration and adequate redresses system is not available. Domestic media and local human rights activists Right information report available online is that that police do not use of excessive force.
 

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Free Human rights  program online information report is designed to guide the children of their rights to play, rights  to be properly dressed, rights at the basic information report, rights basic health care and food. Human rights program online information report  is designed to guide you, you human rights to freedom from abuse and torture . Human rights  program online information report  is designed to guide you, you human rights to gender equality and racial equality, human rights have a family, human rights to have a home and its right availability information report, human rights to a nationality, human rights to go wherever you like , human rights to have information report etc. Online human rights to promote information report act: Promoting human rights and provides information report on issues of human rights of the man of the Bhutan in Asia. Right information report of declaration of human rights: Right information report of Organization of Asian Unity: Right information report of Human Rights Conventions : Right information report of Optional Protocols for these Conventions: Right information report to invoke their human rights etc. Bhutan people have right to have right information report of court of human rights ,list of human rights ,repeated violation of human rights ,history of human rights

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