HRW declared Donald trump the threat to human rights

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The Human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) declared elected President of the USA of Donald trump’s “the threat to human rights”. About it reports The Independent.

As mentioned in the annual report of the organization, the victory trump was the result of a “campaign that was full of misogyny (i.e., it contains elements of contempt and hatred towards women — approx. “Of the”), xenophobic and racist rhetoric.” As explained by the Executive Director of Human Rights Watch Kenneth Roth, “the election of Donald trump President of the United States after a campaign full of hate and intolerance, and the growing influence in Europe, political parties jeopardize the entire postwar system of human rights”.

“Trump and various politicians in Europe are trying to come to power by appealing to racism, xenophobia, misogyny, and chauvinism — said Mouth. They claim that the people agreed to the violation of human rights, as it supposedly allows you to keep work and culture and prevent terrorist attacks. In fact, it is a direct path to tyranny.”

Human Rights Watch is a nongovernmental organization engaged in monitoring, investigating and documenting human rights violations. The headquarters of the organization is in the United States. In accordance with the universal Declaration of human rights, the organization stands against the violation of those rights that it considers basic human rights, including the death penalty and discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, and annually issues reports on violations of human rights.

Trump was elected President of the United States November 8, 2016, inauguration will take place January 20. His campaign was rife with scandals: the Republican candidate repeatedly accused of nationalism, racism and sexism.