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Greta had cause to complain of Turkey in China and the US standing?

15 children, including Swedish child activist Greta Thunberg, who came back to the agenda with his harsh criticism of the leaders at the United Nations Climate Crisis Summit, complained to UNICEF about five countries on the grounds that they did not take adequate steps in combating climate change.

The UN Children’s Fund UNICEF transmitted complaint in Turkey, as well as France, Germany, Brazil and Argentina are taking place. In the petition, examples of forest fires, air pollution, polluted seas, difficulties caused by drought, as well as anxiety and depression they experience about the present and the future, are asked from the aforementioned countries to respond to their complaints.

Why is Turkey getting hate but not USA, China or India ?

China, the USA, India, Russia and Japan are the top five polluting countries in the world in terms of carbon dioxide emissions, according to the Global Atmospheric Research Emissions Database (EDGAR) report.

6. list of complaints in Germany, the country of Brazil who found # 11, Turkey, France and Argentina is not included in the top 15 list.

So why was a petition prepared about the other five countries, while the top countries such as China, the USA and India were not complained?

The answer to the question lies in the 3rd Protocol of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. It found that 45 countries including Turkey signed a protocol against human rights violations in countries signatory to the children in search of individual rights and access to justice know. The complaints made are examined by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. The committee only accepts complaints against countries that have signed this protocol.

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The 5 countries that Greta et al. Filed a complaint against, are the signatories of the protocol. However, since the USA, China, India, Russia and Japan did not sign the contract, it is not possible to file a complaint.

The protocol was opened for signature by the member states of the United Nations in 2012. Turkey signed the protocol in 2012 and announced that the contract entered into force in 2017.

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