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    The Democratic Party responds to Rights Watch on the torture of children

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    The Democratic Party responds to Rights Watch on the torture of children Empty The Democratic Party responds to Rights Watch on the torture of children

    Post by Rocky Wed 09 Jan 2019, 2:17 am

    The Democratic Party responds to Rights Watch on the torture of children
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    The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) responded Wednesday to the Human Rights Watch report on child torture, describing the report as "politicized and unprofessional."
    "We strongly reject the report issued by Human Rights Organization and accused the al-Asayish forces of torturing children detained in the region to obtain confessions of belonging to the terrorist," said the head of the party's parliamentary bloc, Vian Sabri, in a statement. "We are used to false and inaccurate reports adopted by this organization from parties and individuals And sources trying to harm the region and its security forces, which succeeded in eliminating the organization calling the terrorist in the largest and largest front. "
    Sabri called on the organization to "prepare its reports in accordance with irrefutable evidence, evidence and unquestionable evidence, and not based on information provided by members of detainees' relatives who were arrested within the organization calling for the terrorist," noting that "the Kurdistan region is governed by justice and law and respect for the Constitution and human rights and a safe place Make it a haven for all displaced and displaced and includes more than three million displaced and displaced from most of the provinces, especially hot. "
    She stressed that "the torture of children is not the values ​​of the region and the culture of its security forces, which respects and appreciates human rights, especially when it arrested many fighters, calling the terrorist without torture or killing."
    Human Rights Watch said on Tuesday that the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in northern Iraq was torturing children to force them to confess to their work with the Da'ash organization, noting that torture was beating and electric shocks. Finished


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