The United Nations Security Council is expressing its concern over the resurgence of unconstitutional changes of government in some parts of
"The Security Council stresses the importance of expeditiously restoring constitutional order including through open and transparent elections," according to a statement read overnight by Ambassador Vitaly Churkin of Russia, which holds the Council`s rotating presidency for May.
The UN news service reports the Council also welcomed the preventive measures taken by the African Union (AU) and subregional organizations against unconstitutional changes of Government.
In addition, it welcomed the efforts of the AU and subregional organizations to promote human rights, democracy and rule of law in
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