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Rohingya are demanding to stop the violations and restoring the rights of
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Global Rohingya Center (GRC) and Arakan Rohingya Union (ARU) demanded Government of Myanmar to respect the United Nations resolutions, and respect for the rights of minorities in the country, and to stop all human rights violations, and the commitment of ethical principles while dealing with Rohingya minority’s rights.
Also added to re-recognize and give the Rohingya minority full citizenship rights, stop discriminatory policies against them which seeks to deny them to live safely and turn them into stateless in their own country.
This came in a speech delivered by (ARU) Congress Chairman Tahir Mohammed Siraj in the session’s meeting for the delegations of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva on Monday, and expressed his grave concerns for the continued violations of minority rights in Myanmar, particularly the rights of the Rohingya Muslims.
In his speech, He warned that the Rakhines threatening the lives of 1.5 million Rohingya Muslims white cards holders that the government is trying to pressure them to change the ethnicity name and accept the term “Bengali”, pointing out that the government is inventing new problems to keep them away from their homes or being forced to accept what he called the life of slaves in their country.
Global Rohingya Center announced a protest in “Broken Chair Square” in front of the UN building, on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 to condemn the policy of the Government of Myanmar in dealing with the issue of Rohingya in Arakan state and attempting to overthrow the ethnicity of the list of ethnic groups recognized in the country by forcing them to say that they are from Bangladesh and non-native citizens in Myanmar.

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