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UK Says Eritrea Does Not Deserve to be on United Nations Human Rights Council

The United Kingdom says Eritrea does not deserve to be on the United Nations Human Rights Council because the country has no evidence of Human Rights reforms. How true is this?

UK Says Eritrea Does Not Deserve to be on United Nations Human Rights Council
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