Human Rights of the Government: If you consider Fatah al-Khadra an achievement, why are the streets of officials' houses cut off?[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date:: 2019/8/19 9:56 • 74 times read[/rtl]
BAGHDAD: The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, called on Monday, to open the entire Green Zone to citizens.
"There are a lot of streets inside the Green Zone, even for those who have the Green Bagat, and no one can enter it except by special permission, partly because there are only responsible homes," UNHCR member Ali al-Bayati said in a statement received by the Euphrates News. He stressed that "this is an illegal procedure, especially since it has public departments and institutions."
He added that "it is possible to rely on technologies and devices to detect modern explosives and security checks instead of blocking the streets and prevent citizens, employees and reviewers from accessing the circles easily."
"If the government considers the opening of the Green Zone an achievement, they should complete this traffic in full, not partially," he said, stressing that "these measures contravene Article 44 / I of the Iraqi Constitution, which stipulates" Iraqis have the freedom of movement, travel and housing inside and outside Iraq. "
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