An international center warns that the High Commission for Human Rights in Iraq is losing international recognitionby [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] 3 Hours ago[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
The Geneva International Center for Justice warned that the High Commission for Human Rights in Iraq would lose international recognition due to its inability to work freely and without political pressure.
In a statement, the Center confirmed that the Human Rights Commission may lose the international recognition it obtained in the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions due to a clear imbalance in its independence and the possibility of paralyzing its ability to work freely and effectively, after it had obtained the classification less than a month ago, i.e. in the membership of a committee National human rights institutions in Geneva, which also grants them observer status at United Nations meetings.
The statement added that a letter issued by Hassan Al Kaabi, the first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, prevents the Commission from carrying out any administrative or financial work, and decides to transfer its management to a committee formed by the House of Representatives, which, according to the center, undermines the independence of the Commission and may topple its membership in the international organization.