UN Human Rights Council Elections 2019 - Table and Analysis



Asian Group African Group Latin American and Caribbean Group Eastern European Group Western European and Others Group
Slots reserved for Group 13 (27.7%) 13 (27.7%) 8 (17%) 6 (12.8%) 7 (14.9%)
Number of vacant slots for Group for 2019/20 4 4 2 2 2
Numbers & names of candidates for each Group 5
Indonesia
Iraq
Japan
Marshall Islands
Republic of Korea
4 (FIXED SLATE)
Libya
Mauritania
Namibia
Sudan
3
Brazil
Costa Rica
Venezuela
3
Armenia
Poland
Republic of Moldova
2 (FIXED SLATE)
Germany
Netherlands
States rotating off the current Council and not standing again China
Saudi Arabia
Egypt
Rwanda
South Africa
Tunisia
Cuba Croatia
Hungary
Iceland
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Candidates already on Council and running for reelection 2
Iraq
Japan
0
1
Brazil
0
0
Candidates from Group ranked (by Freedom House) Fully Free 3 (60%)
Japan
Marshall Islands
Republic of Korea
1 (25%)
Nambia
2 (66.7%)
Brazil
Costa Rica
1 (33.3%)
Poland
2 (100%)
Germany
Netherlands
Candidates which are members of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) 2
Indonesia
Iraq
3
Libya
Mauritania
Sudan
0 0 0
Candidates from Group making pledges 5
Indonesia
Iraq
Japan
Marshall Islands
Republic of Korea
3
Libya
Mauritania
Sudan
3
Brazil
Costa Rica
Venezuela
3
Armenia
Poland
Republic of Moldova
2
Germany
Netherlands
Percentage of candidates from Group making pledges 100% 75% (3/4) 100% 100% 100%
Percentage of Group from the OIC if candidates elected 53% (7/13) if Indonesia and Iraq are both elected, otherwise 46% (6/13) 69% (9/13) 0 0 0
Percentage of Group Not Fully Free if candidates elected 77% (10/13) if Indonesia and Iraq are both elected, otherwise 69% (9/13) 85% (11/13) 25% (2/8) if Venezuela elected, otherwise 13% (1/8) 50% (3/6) if Armenia and Republic of Moldova are both elected, otherwise 33% (2/6) 0