Baroness Nosheena MOBARIK
  • Baroness Nosheena
  • European Conservatives and Reformists Group
  • Member
  • United Kingdom Conservative Party
  • Date of birth: 16 October 1957

Speeches in plenary


Towards an EU external strategy against early and forced marriages (debate)

02-07-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)07-02(18)

Reports - as shadow rapporteur


Opinions - as shadow rapporteur


OPINION on the implementation of the Joint Staff Working Document (SWD(2015)0182) - Gender equality and women’s empowerment: transforming the lives of girls and women through EU external relations 2016-2020

24-01-2018 AFET_AD(2018)612256

Institutional motions for resolutions


Motion for a resolution on Myanmar, notably the case of journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo

10-09-2018 B8-0374/2018

NB: This motion for a resolution is available in the original language only.

Joint motion for a resolution on the situation of the Rohingya people

13-12-2017 RC-B8-0668/2017

Written questions


Written explanations of vote


Situation of the Rohingya people (RC-B8-0668/2017, B8-0668/2017, B8-0669/2017, B8-0670/2017, B8-0671/2017, B8-0672/2017, B8-0673/2017, B8-0674/2017)


. – I voted in favour of this resolution on the Situation of the Rohingya People because the gravity of the persecution and atrocities towards the Rohingyas in Myanmar necessitates strong condemnations by the European Parliament. We need to increase pressure on international actors to intervene assertively.
The Myanmar authorities must immediately cease the killings, harassment, and destruction of the homes and livelihoods of the Rohingya people. The duty of governments is duty to protect, without discrimination, all its people from abuses.
We need credible assurances from the Myanmar authorities that repatriated Rohingyas will not be persecuted or forced into segregated camps.
It is crucial the Myanmar authorities grant unhindered access to Rahkine State to international aid agencies and to end the segregation of the Rohingya population.
I call on the EU and its Member States to adopt targeted punitive sanctions against the individuals responsible for this persecution and extend the scope of the existing arms embargo on Myanmar.
Finally, ASEAN governments have to continue to take action and need to increase pressure on the Myanmar authorities. We should also encourage China to use its power in the region to bring about a peaceful resolution to this barbarism.



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