identical vigor utilized to Iraq. We are able to start by upgrading the status of human rights reports and proposals, giving them equal consideration to these produced by other U.N. investigative institutions.
The tragedy is that governments do not take critically most U.N. Human Rights Commission reports about rising crises. Human rights investigators also are extremely certified and dedicated. Weapons inspectors in Iraq are full-time, well-paid professionals, and the integrity of their missions has been jealously guarded by the international community.
The plan to analyze human rights abuses within the Democratic Republic of the Congo is