Finding Julian Assange in the Ecuador Embassy in London and forced detention by the governments of great Britain and Sweden, the statement said the Working Committee on integrity Management of the UN high Commissioner for human rights.
In the opinion of the working room 54/2015 the Commission stresses that Assange has the right to freedom of movement and compensation, the report said. The document was sent to the governments of great Britain and Sweden on 22 January 2016. They are asked to assess the situation with Assange to guarantee his safety and security, to give him the right to freedom of movement and to enforce his rights under the international rules governing the deprivation of liberty.
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