Monthly Report Human Rights and Freedom’s Violations in Palestine June 2018

Monthly Report

Human Rights and Freedom’s Violations in Palestine

June 2018

Domestic violations of human rights continued with varying frequency during June 2018. This report documents the main violations observed by ICHR. The following is a summary of documented violations:

Violation

May

June

West Bank

Gaza Strip

Unnatural mortality

11

11

1

10

Complaints about torture & ill-treatment

31

28

21

7

Violation against the right to proper legal procedure

24

17

15

2

Detention in the governor’s custody

24

14

14

0

Non-implementation or disrespect of court rulings

5

5

5

0

Death penalty

1

0

0

0

Violations against the right to movement

0

1

0

1

Confiscation of citizens’ property without a court order

3

0

0

0

Freedom of opinion, expression and peaceful assembly

4

11

4

7

Assaults on public institutions, private properties and assaults on persons

4

5

5

0

 

  • ICHR observed 11 unnatural mortality cases in June, and the same number of cases was observed in the previous month.
  • ICHR received 28 complaints on torture and ill-treatment in June, while it received 31 complaints in the previous month.
  • ICHR received 17 complaints on violation of the right to proper legal procedures and detention without guarantee of fair trial, while it received 30 complaints in the previous month.
  • ICHR received 14 complaints on detention in the governor’s custody in the West Bank, while it received 24 complaints during the previous month.
  • ICHR received 5 complaints about disrespect and non-implementation of court rulings, same as in the previous month.
  • ICHR did not document any death penalty ruling in June while it documented one ruling of death penalty in the previous month.
  • ICHR received 11 complaints on violations of freedom of opinion, expression, media and peaceful assembly this month, while it received 14 complaints in the previous month.
  • ICHR received one complaint on the right to movement and travel in June, while it did not receive any complaints in the previous month.
  • ICHR did not receive any complaints on confiscating citizens’ property without a court order, while it received 3 complaints in the previous month.
  • ICHR received 5 complaints for assault on public associations, private property and assaults on persons, while it received 4 complaints in the previous month.

 

 

 

 

 

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