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Security Council Resolutions on the Central African Republic Referencing RtoP


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2013:
 
Central African RepublicS/RES/2121 (2013)

“Underscores the primary responsibility of the Central African authorities to protect the population, as well as to ensure the security and unity in its territory, and stresses their obligation to ensure respect for international humanitarian law, human rights law and refugee law;”
 
“Looks forward to the swift establishment of MISCA, which will represent a major contribution towards creating the conditions for a stable and democratic CAR exercising authority over its national territory and assuming its responsibility for the protection of its civilian population;”

Central African RepublicS/RES/2127 (2013)
 
“Recalling that the Transitional Authorities have the primary responsibility to protect the civilian population,”
 
“Underscores the primary responsibility of the Transitional Authorities to protect the population, as well as to ensure the security and unity in its territory, and stresses their obligation to ensure respect for international humanitarian law, human rights law and refugee law;”
 
 
Central African RepublicS/RES/2134 (2014) 

"Recalling that the Transitional Authorities have the primary responsibility to protect the civilian population in the CAR,"
 
Central African RepublicS/RES/2149 (2014)

"Recalling that the Transitional Authorities have the primary responsibility to protect the civilian population in the CAR,"

2015

Central African Republic: S/RES/2196 (2015)

"Recalling that the Central African Republic bears the primary responsibility to protect all populations within its territory from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity,"

Central African Republic: S/RES/2217
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Recalling that the Central African Republic authorities have the primary responsibility to protect all populations in the CAR in particular from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity,"

2016


Central African Republic: S/RES/2301

"(a)Protection of civilians

(i) To protect, without prejudice to the primary responsibility of the CAR authorities and the basic principles of peacekeeping in line with S/PRST/2015/22, the civilian population from threat of physical violence, within its capabilities and areas of deployment, especially through maintaining a proactive deployment, a mobile and flexible posture, and active patrolling, including in areas of displacement and eventual return as well as at risk communities, while mitigating risks to civilians posed by its military and police operations;

(ii) To provide specific protection for women and children affected by armed conflict, including through the deployment of Child Protection Advisers, Women Protection Advisers and Gender Advisers;

(iii) To identify and report threats to and attacks against civilians and implement prevention and response plans and strengthen civil-military cooperation;

(iv) To fully implement and deliver, in close consultation with humanitarian and human rights organizations and other relevant partners, the mission-wide protection of civilians strategy;"

2017

Central African Republic: S/RES/2339 (2017)

“Recalling that the CAR bears the primary responsibility to protect all populations within its territory from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity,”


 

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