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    Human rights get the green light to investigate cases of torture in al-Maliki era

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     Human rights get the green light to investigate cases of torture in al-Maliki era Empty Human rights get the green light to investigate cases of torture in al-Maliki era

    Post by Rocky Mon 22 Feb 2016, 7:31 am

     Human rights get the green light to investigate cases of torture in al-Maliki era

    Baghdad-Iraq Press -21 February: Commission began to parliamentary human rights, on Sunday, to monitor cases of torture in the Interior Ministry's detention centers and Iraqi prisons under the Ministry of Justice.

    And apparently, the Commission has received the green light from the Government of Haider al-Abadi to check dozens of complaints of grabbing the confessions of hundreds of detainees under penalty of torture in Iraqi prisons in the era of the rule of al-Maliki. . The committee said in a statement that "the delegation which visited this morning, one of the detention centers of the Interior Ministry facility in Baghdad province, "noting that" the delegation met with the director of the center, where the delegation listened to the most important obstacles and problems experienced by the detainees. "

    The statement added that "the delegation toured inside the jail to see the suffering of the guests in order to address them and provide the necessary needs to raise the level of services provided to them." The Commission confirmed that it "has been monitoring cases of torture of one of those arrested by one of the investigative departments in 2013," pointing out that " the impact of this case, the Commission has documented to verify allegations of detainee. " She continued that" the basis of the supervisory role of which is guaranteed by the constitution and rules of procedure of the House of Representatives, you will Committee visits to all prisons and different their positions to see the conditions of the hotel where the need to treat them in accordance with the standards of human rights and to emphasize the resolve cases of detainees who went on them more than a year before the judiciary. "

    And often spoke international human rights reports of dozens of cases of torture in Iraqi prisons, which was denied by the previous government that prevented the Human Rights Commission from conducting field visits to the capital's prisons and the rest of the provinces .anthy (1)

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