Another Allegations Of Sexual Abuse With Girl By A French Soldier In CAR
New allegations of sexual abuse allegedly committed by a soldier of the French forces in the Central Sangaris were communicated to the French authorities announced Thursday the High Commissioner for Human Rights of the UN .
The French defense minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian has ordered a command investigation, do you learned in his entourage. He will seize the Paris prosecutor as soon as the High Commissioner for Human Rights of the UN’s Human has transmitted to specific elements of the case, did it said.
The Paris prosecutor has not yet been entered, it is said a judicial source.
United Nations staff in the Central African Republic (CAR) was informed on August 30 allegations of sexual abuse of a young girl there about a year, by a member of the French military force, known as the name ‘Sangaris , it said Thursday in a press Ra’ad Zeid Al Hussein, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights of the UN.
The girl, probably late teens at the time of the facts alleged, gave birth to a child in April, adds the text, which states that the French authorities were informed.
The victim filed a paternity complaint to local authorities.
The UN has indicated that it stood at the disposal of the French authorities to assist in its investigations.
This is the latest in a series of appalling allegations of abuse and sexual exploitation by foreign troops in the CAR, laments Ra’ad Zeid Al Hussein. We must find ways to prevent these heinous acts committed by soldiers wherever they are supposed to protect vulnerable populations.
The Paris prosecutor opened on May 7 a judicial investigation against X on minors suspected of rape by French soldiers in the CAR in 2013 and 2014.
In this case, six African children aged 9, 11 and 13 years of denouncing sexual abuse committed by French soldiers of Sangaris operation. Four said they were direct victims.
Fourteen soldiers, some of whom are identified, would be affected by the charges, according to a French judicial source.
Promising sanctions copies, Francois Hollande promised that he would be relentless if the investigation concluded that the guilt of French soldiers.