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Human Rights Watch: Protesters continue to be killed in Iraq despite order not to shoot

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Post by rocky Wed 04 Dec 2019, 3:00 am

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[size=18]Human Rights Watch confirmed on Wednesday that the killing of demonstrators in Iraq is continuing despite orders not to shoot.


"The orders to stop the use of live ammunition were issued by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, who resigned as prime minister on November 29, and the competent authorities should take urgent measures to prevent security forces from using excessive force against protesters," Amnesty said. ".






 
"The government should end extrajudicial killings and explain its inability to control its forces," said Sarah Leah Whitson, Middle East director at Human Rights Watch.
 
"The contradiction between government statements and what security forces are doing on the ground suggests that the commander-in-chief of the Iraqi forces does not control his forces," Whitson said.


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