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    The Human Rights Commission warns of a "dangerous" phenomenon threatening the Iraqis and calls on th

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    Post by Rocky Wed 19 Feb 2020, 7:47 am


    The Human Rights Commission warns of a "dangerous" phenomenon threatening the Iraqis and calls on the government to confront it

    16:45 - 02/19/2020



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    Information / Baghdad ...
    A member of the Commission for Human Rights in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , Fadhel Abdul-Zahra Al-Gharawi, warned , on Wednesday, that the phenomenon of human trafficking has become a crime that threatens social security in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] .
    "The crime of human trafficking has begun to threaten social and human security in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] calls for excessive concern, especially with the diversification of this crime by sexual exploitation, forced labor, sale of children, begging and the sale of human organs," Gharawi said in a statement received / information .
    He added, “More than (600) cases have been registered for human trafficking crimes for the years (2018-2019) according to the Human Trafficking Law No. (28) of (2012).”
    “Despite the existence of a law to combat trafficking in human beings and the formation of the Supreme Committee to Combat Human Trafficking, this did not prevent the spread of this phenomenon and considered it a crime that threatens Iraqi society. In humans. ” 25 h has ended


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