News & Activites 31 March 2016
ICHR’s Monthly Report
Violations of Human Rights and Freedoms in Palestine
Domestic violations of human rights in Palestine continued in October 2017 at an even pace. This monthly report highlights the most significant violations ICHR has monitored and documented. Following is a list of serious violations of human rights:
. In October 2017, ICHR documented 13 cases of unnatural death as opposed to 22 in Sept. 2017
In Sept. 2017, ICHR received 32 complaints about torture and maltreatment in comparison with 34 in October 2017.
In September 2017, ICHR received 31 complaints about violation of the right to have fair legal procedures and detention without guarantees of fair trial. In October, the commission also received 31 complaints.
In September 2017, ICHR received 7 complaints about failure to execute court judgments or delay in their execution as opposed to 5 complaints in October 2017.
The commission in October 2017 received 12 complaints about detention on governor’s remand in the West Bank in comparison with 7 complaints in September 2017.
In October 2017, ICHR received no complaints about infringement on freedom of opinion and free speech, information and peaceful assembly as opposed to 2 complaints in the previous month.
The commission did not document any death sentences in October 2017 as opposed to 3 executions in September.
The commission received, in October 2017, 2 complaints about assault on people and public property, as opposed to 1 complaint in September.
In October 2017, the commission received no complaints about the right to free movement and travel but received 2 complaint in September.
There were no complaints in October 2017 about confiscation of people’s money without court order as opposed to 4 complaints in the previous month.
In October 2017, the commission received no complaints about violation of the right to academic freedom. There were also no complaints about violation of this right in September.