[size=36]The judiciary opens the file of torture during interrogation in detention and discusses the legal conditions[/size]
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A statement of the Council, a copy of which was received by Mawazine News, stated that "the Judicial Development Institute hosted today (the round table meeting), which brought together judges and members of the public prosecution, working in human rights courts, and the Human Rights Office of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) UNAMi).
He added, "The meeting discussed the legal conditions and procedural guarantees to prevent torture and deal with it during interrogation in places of detention."
He continued, "The meeting witnessed a discussion of the role of judges and members of the public prosecution in monitoring and addressing allegations of torture in places of detention, and suggestions on how to move forward and get rid of them, if such cases exist."
He pointed out, "The meeting presented the report of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq / the High Commissioner for Human Rights on (human rights to implement justice in Iraq - legal conditions and procedural guarantees to prevent torture and ill-treatment, which was issued two months ago)".