IACHR selects Mexican Tania Reneaum as executive secretary

"The selection of Tania Reneaum Panszi, a Mexican national, was the result of a broad, open, transparent, and participatory process," the IACHR said in a statement, explaining that the woman's term will be four years.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) announced Tuesday that it had selected Tania Reneaum Panszi, a Mexican national, to serve as executive secretary of the organization, a position previously held on an interim basis by Colombian María Claudia Pulido.

"The selection of Tania Reneaum Panszi, a Mexican national, was the result of a broad, open, transparent, and participatory process," the IACHR said in a statement, explaining that the woman's term will be four years.

According to the autonomous body of the Organization of American States (OAS), Reneaum was chosen from among ten . . .

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