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That this House is deeply concerned that, despite the international calls for a genuine national dialogue in Bahrain and recalling the joint statement on the human rights situation at the 26th Session of the Human Rights Council in June 2014, and noting the need for continued efforts to establish an inclusive dialogue, there is a lack of democratic reform and national dialogue in Bahrain; and calls on the Government to make the strongest possible representation to the Bahraini authorities on establishing a dispassionate and objective dialogue with the opposition political societies with the aim of bringing the five-year long adversities to an advantageous end.
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