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    A human rights report: 5% of the world's orphans are in Iraq

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    A human rights report: 5% of the world's orphans are in Iraq Empty A human rights report: 5% of the world's orphans are in Iraq

    Post by rocky Sun Dec 12, 2021 8:35 am

    [size=52]A human rights report: 5% of the world's orphans are in Iraq[/size]

    The battle of the “state” continues, a hundred years after its founding
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    Baghdad: Fadel Al-Nashmi
    [size=45]Indicators published by the Independent Human Rights Commission in Iraq yesterday, related to the current year 2021, showed "unfortunate" numbers and statistics for the overall conditions of the population in the country, especially those related to life, security and freedoms, as well as issues of education, health, unemployment and the loss of children to their families.
    The indicator of the Commission for Rights pointed out that there are 5 million orphans, representing about 5 percent of the total orphans in the world, which reflects the human losses and tragedies caused by the violence and the war against terrorism on the country's population, especially children.
    The human rights statistic did not stop at the limits of children losing their parents, but also revealed the involvement of one million children in the labor market, given the state of destitution experienced by poor families, in addition to the presence of 45,000 children without official identification papers as a result of their parents' affiliation with ISIS. She also indicated that there are 4 and a half million children whose families are below the poverty line. There are 5,000 complaints filed on the grounds of domestic violence.
    Regarding the sources on which the Human Rights Commission relied in its indicators, a member of its council, Ali al-Bayati, told Asharq Al-Awsat that “the number of orphans was based on UNICEF figures, while the rest of the indicators were based on the statistics of the Iraqi Ministry of Planning and United Nations agencies, or complaints received by the commission. }.
    According to the Commission's statistics related to citizens' lives, security and freedoms, its indicators recorded a poverty rate of 25 percent of the total population, including the Kurdistan region, and an unemployment rate of nearly 14 percent. 596 civilians were killed as a result of the violence.
    The cumulative number of missing citizens since 2014, 8,000 missing, and the Commission indicated that the Iraqi authorities have not fulfilled their duties towards these missing persons and their families, in terms of conducting the necessary investigations to find out their fate, or financially compensating their families. Most of the cases of loss and absence are in the governorates occupied by ISIS after 2014.
    The commission’s index indicated the arrest of 10 activists and journalists. The Commission confirmed that it had received 900 complaints related to cases of torture and ill-treatment in prisons, without the authorities conducting an investigation.
    As for the fields of education and health, the indicators revealed a bitter reality that students suffer in schools through the country’s need for 8000 schools, and revealed that the dropout and drop-out rate reached 73% of the total academic levels, including colleges and universities (primary: 91%, intermediate: 36%, high school: 18%, universities 14%, ). He mentioned the Commission's statistics on the existence of 1,000 mud schools (built from mud).
    In the health field, it revealed that 175 were killed and 150 were injured in the burning of Ibn Al-Khatib Hospital in Baghdad, and Al-Hussein Hospital in Nasiriyah, which are designated to isolate those infected with the Corona virus.
    The same bleak indicators extended to the field of housing and slums, when the indicators confirmed the country's need for 3 and a half million housing units to overcome the housing crisis, and he also talked about 4000 slums inhabited by about half a million families, most of which are concentrated in the capital, Baghdad, with 1022 complexes and 700 complexes in The southern province of Basra, which is rich in oil, noted that the total revenues of Iraqi oil, which are mostly exported from this province, amounted to about 8 billion US dollars last November, according to the statistics of the "SOMO" oil company.
    In the field of transportation, given the poor condition of most external roads and the ineffectiveness of traffic control, the commission's index recorded the occurrence of 8,286 traffic accidents, causing the death of 2,152 citizens.
    It is noteworthy that the statistics and indicators of the Human Rights Commission came days after the members of its council returned to the exercise of their duties after the Iraqi parliament, before the end of its session last October, suspended it without legal basis. But it resumed its work a few days ago, several months after it was suspended following the expiration of its four-year term of office.
    The law stipulates, according to the commission, {the election of a new council of the commission by the Iraqi parliament, but the dissolution of the previous parliament prior to the legislative elections in the country last October, has neutralized the work of this institution, which was mandated by the constitution to monitor the human rights side in Iraq throughout the last period. }.[/size]
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