On Sunday, the Philippine government lashed out at the ten nations drove by Iceland, Australia and the UK (United Kingdom) over their one-sided and unwarranted feedback of the nation's human rights record. Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said in an announcement, "sadly, it appears our companions are extremely not intrigued by touching base at reality and would rather depend on the deception being sustained to them by parties that have politicized and weaponized human rights".

As per the Philippine Mission to the United Nations in Geneva, the ten individuals from the Council marked a joint explanation approaching the Philippines to satisfy its obligation to advance general regard for human rights and essential opportunities. The nations encouraged the UNHRC to make a move if the Philippines neglects to satisfy its universal human rights commitments.

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Cayetano said that "governmental issues is legislative issues yet politicizing human rights jeopardizes lives". The DFA head deplored that he had by and by passed on a solicitation to Iceland Foreign Minister Gudlaugur Thor Thordarson to visit Manila to see with his own eyes the human rights circumstance in the Philippines. Cayetano said that "they lament that Iceland and a few different nations kept up their situation in spite of their offer for them to visit the Philippines and equitably evaluate the human rights circumstance, particularly at the network level".

Philippine Permanent Ambassador to Geneva Evan Garcia, in the mean time, put down the announcement made by a minority in the 47 Human Rights Council and rather indicated the rising xenophobia and hostile to worker estimations in parts of Europe, incorporating into those nations who talked against the Philippines. Garcia said that "they are stunned by the tireless damaging and insensitive treatment of shelter searchers, evacuees and vagrants, regardless of whether lawful or something else, their absence of consideration in the public arena and their frequently woefully constrained access to a wide range of administrations".

In his answer amid the general verbal confrontation, Garcia refered to various reports of misuse of vagrants under states of extraordinary powerlessness.  Ambassador Garcia stated, refering to as cases the Global Forum for Migration and Development and in the continuous arrangements for the Global Compact on Migration, "We remind nations that have such extreme inadequacies, including the United Kingdom and Australia, that the Philippines has wanted to draw in with them in a positive way, regardless of whether reciprocally or multilaterally".

He mentioned that 'this conspicuous difference an unmistakable difference with the unnecessarily fierce disposition they have taken in --- the Human Rights --- Council'.

Garcia likewise noticed that creating nations are facilitating 80 percent of the world's displaced people today. He said that "it is a disgrace for created nations to keep their eyes close to this developing concern". He brought up that 'the country, Philippines, a creating nation even with its in excess of 100 million populace, has been doing its part in sharing the worldwide weight of the security of displaced people, shelter searchers, stateless people and different people of concern'. 

European Union and various uncommon rapporteurs and specialists at the United Nations have been reprimanding the organization of President Rodrigo Duterte over its grisly war-on-drugs battle that left an amount of dead people and an amount of less than 150,000 (estimated amount) captured over a time of  under 2 years.

Though some deaths are not certified by the court as legit killing from the PNP (Philippine National Police) since there is no evidence on it. Some, as well, said that some deaths are caused by drug lords who wants to zip the mouth of the little team from their organization, or to trap the government by doing this messes.