Kalkamsh Press / Baghdad
A member of the Commission on Human Rights, Heiman Baglan, said on Friday that the Commission diagnosed for more than a year, cases of corruption and extortion suffered by the families of prisoners, while noting that the reports of the Commission did not pay attention to one.
"For more than once, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has stressed the need to improve the situation of Iraqi prisons and has confirmed in more than one report that the prison situation is not good," Baglan said.
"On more than one occasion, IHH noted that the families of prisoners were subjected to a lot of harassment when they went to visit their children," Baglan said.
On the subject of the families of the Sinai to sexual exploitation, a member of the Commission on Human Rights, "not to receive a complaint of this kind," noting that "the Commission can diagnose the attack only after the complaint."
Former MP Mishaan al-Jubouri had previously said about the prisoners, claiming that their female relatives were harassed and abused in exchange for allowing them to visit.
International reports speak from time to time of “monitoring” abuses and abuses in Iraqi prisons, which the Iraqi government sometimes responds to in denial. Thousands of people from these areas have been "forcibly absent" without any association with the organization.
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