The Czech Republic’s human rights record will come under scrutiny at the United Nations on Monday. The Universal Periodic Review, through which each UN member country is examined once every five years, will allow governments to review the Czech Republic‘s human rights record and make recommendations for improvements.
According to a government report the Czech Republic received 136 recommendations for improvements five years ago and fulfilled 129 of them.
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