Iraqi Human Rights Society in the United States of America issued its annual report for 2011 on the human rights situation in Iraq
The Iraqi Human Rights Society in the United States works to monitor and document violations on surveillance. It expresses them in its annual report for 2011 on human rights situations in Iraq. IHRSUSA expressed concern violations and abuses perpetrated against civilians in Iraq and that harmed large segments of it, and still the compatibility between the blocks is a threat to justice in society. The government have to accelerate the political and economic reforms and promote infrastructure, stop arbitrary arrests and violence that it harms the fundamentals of the State, stop the suppression of freedoms and protect the right of expression, promote ways to fight the corruption of the body of the Iraqi state, avoid the politicization of the judiciary, issuing instructions to all employees of state institutions to deal in a civilized manner and style with the citizens to not transcend them to complete their services.
This report is based on a number of issues concerning human rights, which express the depth of suffering in the country. There are issues that the State has to address them and to create national plans to end them, including security and law enforcement to everyone, public freedoms, missing persons, the subject of the rights of the martyrs and victims of violence, the fight against administrative and financial corruption, basic services including electricity, water, escapes from prisons and detention centers
The report consists of 19 pages, and the issues that focused on:
Press and media – events – minorities – Health – victims of violence – kids – begging – Women – Attacks of Turkey and Iran on the Iraqi border – refugees and displaced people – the missing and those with special needs – prisons and detention centers – the mass graves – assassinations and physical liquidation – Education – mines.
Iraqi Human Rights Society