TitleThe situation of democracy and human rights in Haiti : resolution / adopted by the General Assembly.
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Strongly condemns the attempted illegal replacement of the constitutional President of Haiti, the use of violence and military coercion and the violation of human rights in that country; affirms as unacceptable any entity resulting from that illegal situation and demands the immediate restoration of the legitimate Government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, together with the full application of the National Constitution and hence the full observance of human rights in Haiti; requests the Secretary-General of UN, in accordance with his functions, to consider providing support sought by the Secretary-General of OAS in implementing the mandates arising from resolutions MRE/RES.1/91 and MRE/RES.2/91 adopted by that organization; appeals to the Member States of UN to take measures in support of the resolutions of OAS; emphasizes that an increase in technical, economic and financial cooperation, when constitutional order is restored in Haiti, is necessary to support its economic and social development efforts in order to strengthen its democratic institutions.
Adopted at the 31st plenary meeting, 11 Oct. 1991. In: Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 46th session, Volume 1, 17 September-20 December 1991. - A/46/49. - 1992. - p. 13. - (GAOR, 46th sess., Suppl. no. 49).