Palm-Deputy of the Iraqi list, Saturday, the number of inmates in Iraqi prisons to cases of "rape" by investigators to extract confessions, and in the fear of the scandal prevents many of them from the truth, he stressed that his list would ask the Presidency of Parliament to form a Committee to follow up this issue.
Ahmed Al-alwani said in an interview that Iraqi prisons inmates assured us the relatives have to rape and abuse by some investigators, indicating that a number of inmates spoke via satellite from rape and abuse by interrogators trying to extract confessions were forced, he said.
Al-alwani, said the fear of scandal, by nature, traditions of Iraqi society, prevent many inmates in prisons for the truth exposed abuses, saying such attacks are incompatible with the ethics of manhood.
Al-alwani said the Iraqi list will discuss the issue with the speaker of the House of representatives next week, we will call the investigative Committee to expose these attacks, calling on the Government to take a firm stand against such abuses and to hold accountable those responsible.
Noting that Americans are outsiders and invaders did not do this.
The Iraqi Justice Ministry announced Wednesday (21 November 2012), it is responsible for the prisoners to torture and rape to get confessions, stating that investigations were conducted in prisons belonging to the Ministry of defence and the Interior.
And the Kurdistan Alliance, (20 November), the House of representatives form two committees to investigate "violations" against women prisoners in a number of prisons, and security breaches in prisons in Basra, as Iraqi list MP download Hamid al-mutlaq, the three presidencies and the judiciary responsible for violations occurring in prisons, confirming registration of deaths from torture included women, men and children.
And accused human rights watch in a report published in the (May 15), the Government of Iraq to restore Iraq to "totalitarianism" and "torture", a sign that the Government is still running prisons has closed more than a year ago, the organization called for disclosure of the names of all the prisoners and their release both were charged after the Iraqi Government denied charges, saying that the prison is closed.
The Amnesty International report, revealed in the (September 12, 2011), the existence of at least 30,000 detainees in Iraqi prisons were sentenced, and torture and ill-treatment, as well as the deaths of detainees while in custody as a result of torture or ill-treatment by interrogators or prison guards, who refused to reveal the names of the detainees.
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