Human Right to Water and Sanitation Remains a Political Mirage

Inter Press Service: When the 193-member General Assembly, the U.N.`s highest policy-making body, declared water and sanitation a basic human right back in July 2010, the adoption of that divisive resolution was hailed by many as a "historic" achievement. But as the international community commemorated the second anniversary of that resolution last week, there was hardly any political rejoicing either inside or outside the United Nations. "This human right is yet to be fully implemented," complained a coalition......

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