United Nations: 124 cases of kidnapping of protesters documented

Baghdad-ALSharqiya, May 23: The United Nations has documented 123 kidnappings among protesters in the period from October 1, 2019 to March 21, 2020, 98 of them were found, while 25 are still missing, and warned that the continued lack of accountability for these acts Contributes to the spread of impunity, and in its fourth report on the demonstrations in Iraq, the UNAMI mission confirmed the death of 490 activists and the injury of 7783 during the popular protests that took place in Iraqi cities. The link is a critical step towards justice and accountability, and the report indicated that kidnappings and killings of activists involved armed forces with high levels of organization, resources and capabilities, and made recommendations to the Iraqi government in which it stressed the need to make all efforts to find those protesters and activists and take measures to investigate all allegations Kidnappings, disappearances, torture and the prosecution of those responsible, and the Mission called for immediate measures to be taken to protect demonstrators and activists from kidnapping. F, and declare the identity of the so-called unknown force or armed groups or militias responsible for the kidnappings


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