[size=36]Al-Sudani's office issues a statement regarding reports of human rights violations in the previous government[/size]
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, the office of the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani, announced that a number of the accused, including investigation officers, had been referred to the competent courts for trial.
Al-Sudani's office stated in a statement, which Mawazine News received a copy of, that "at a time when some local and international reports indicate human rights violations committed by officials in the previous government. We confirm that our government has previously diagnosed these violations from the start, and has It was included in the ministerial curriculum in line with the provisions of Paragraph (C) of Clause (First) of Article (37) of the Constitution, which prohibited all types of psychological and physical torture and inhumane treatment.
He added, "As soon as the government of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani assumed its constitutional duties on October 15, 2022, a human rights advisor was appointed, and a mechanism was organized to receive complaints and take appropriate measures in their regard, in accordance with professional standards."
He pointed out that "the number of complaints filed has exceeded (3,000), and that a number of citizens' complaints relate to allegations that include the use of illegal means by public servants and officials, which constitute serious violations of human rights."
And he continued, "All complaints were transferred, after completing their procedures in the middle of this month, to the Public Prosecution Service, with a view to transferring them to the investigation court specialized in human rights. Through follow-up also, a number of the accused, including an investigation officer, were referred to the competent courts for trial in accordance with the law."
He concluded by saying: "We urge citizens who have been subjected to practices that affect human rights, to submit their complaints by contacting the phone number: 07844826901