Chinese Human Rights Association meets Moroccan officials
Morocco-China, Politics, 12/21/2002
A delegation from the Chinese association of human rights studies, which is currently visiting Morocco part of a tour to several countries, successively met on Friday human rights minister, Mohamed Aujjar, and chairman of the Moroccan human rights consultative council (CCDH), Omar Azziman.
The meetings surveyed the two countries' experience in the fields of human rights and progress achieved by each of the two countries in the promotion of human rights.
The Chinese delegation, who also visited the center of documentation, information and training in human rights in Rabat, was briefed on the evolution of the human rights situation and endeavors to consolidate the rule of law in Morocco.
The Chinese association conducts studies on the history of human rights in China and collects information on international mechanisms on human rights education.
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