2013/06/27 17: 27
The United Nations report reveals concern over the human rights situation in Iraq and killed at least a civilian and wounding 10369 3238 in 2012
Baghdad/Obelisk: revealed the United Nations Mission in Iraq, "us", Thursday, that human rights in Iraq is still subject to further risks of increasing violence, killing at least a civilian and wounding 10369 3238 in 2012.
"UNAMI" revealed in a report prepared in collaboration with the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for human rights on human rights in Iraq, "despite the progress made, the human rights situation in Iraq remains open to further risks of increasing violence", stating that "the report was prepared from last July until 31 December 2012.
The main concern is concentrated on the report about the high frequency of armed violence in a number of cities in Iraq, the report emphasizes killed at least a civilian and wounding 10369 3238 in 2012, representing a decline of concern after the pace of decline in violence in the past few years.
He said the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Martin Kobler, in a statement obtained by "the Obelisk", "toll again means that there is more to be done to protect civilians," adding that "we continue to urge the Iraqi leaders to engage in dialogue and develop policies to address the root causes of the problem of violence has claimed many innocent lives."
"The Iraqis are looking to their leaders to protect them, should enjoy human rights as extremely important by members of the Iraqi Government."
The report indicates that "Iraq has not responded to calls from the United Nations and the international community concerning the moratorium on the death penalty".
Reaffirming the United Nations High Commissioner for human rights Navi Pillay, in Iraq that "the weakness of the criminal justice system mean that the death penalty often in questionable circumstances", expressing concern about "imaginable with respect to the failure to apply justice in Iraq after the implementation of the death penalty for 123 prisoners in 2012."
"Women in Iraq, minority and disabled groups and other vulnerable groups in Iraq suffer discrimination and economic and social barriers and targeted" attacks, calling on the Iraqi Government to "do everything in its power to implement the recommendations contained in this report, should make the promotion of human rights one of its priorities.
The United Nations welcomed the progress made on the implementation of the national plan of action for human rights in Iraq, the Iraqi Parliament passed a number of laws, and called for further efforts to strengthen the Iraqi independent High Commission for human rights, and to reduce interference in political work.
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