Tuesday, June 13, 2017

United Nations top officials in Myanmar has been move from her duty

United Nations has confirmed that its top official in Myanmar is being moved from her position.

According to BBC report, diplomatic and aid community sources in Yangon told the Newsmen that, the decision was linked to Renata Lok-Dessallien's failure to prioritise human rights, which referred to the oppressed Rohingya Muslim minority.

UN says the organisation had become "glaringly dysfunctional", and wracked by internal tensions.

A UN spokeswoman confirmed Ms Lok-Dessallien, a Canadian citizen, was being "rotated", saying this had nothing to do with her performance which she said had been "consistently appreciated", BBC report said.

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