The human rights watchdog has appointed Colombian Juanita Copertas as its so-called “unit for the United States”, which is responsible for overseeing human rights respects throughout Latin America.
A well-known Colombian environmental activist, Corbertus has so far sat in the Bogot Congress for the Green Party and has also participated in peacekeeping operations with the FARC, but after announcing his appointment, he announced on his Twitter account that he would avoid it. I will participate in national politics in the future.
Copernicus said it was “a great honor and challenge” to accept the post left by Jose Miguel Vivanco, a Chilean who has been in charge of the United States since 1994. Language.
The Colombian will assume his post in August, with Tamara Tarasiuk in charge of the division during this interval.
I am pleased to inform you that I have been selected as the Director of the American Division @hrw.
Continuing the tradition will be a great honor and challenge Vivanko JM In the region.
I will start work in August.
I will refrain from engaging in electoral politics from today. pic.twitter.com/hlrcN8NJxp
– Juanita Goebertus (uanJuanitaGoe) May 11, 2022
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