"HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH" CALLED ON THE AZERBAIJANI GOVERNMENT TO MAINTAIN LEGALITY

Thu, 01/31/2013 - 12:42
International news

"The Azerbaijani government should insure that all the arrestees
concerning the riots in Ismaili have attorneys and insure that they
are not being treated rude. The government should also insure the
free entry of the observers into Ismaili - the "Human Rights Watch"
announced yesterday.

In the announcement it is stated that 3 attorneys informed about the
violations of the procedure and about the beating of the accusers. The
police didn't allow a group of 20 human rights protectors to operate
monitoring in the prison.

The organization called on the Azerbaijani government to examine the
cases in an open and objective manner and gave its opinion about the
actions of the police.

The representative of "Human Rights Watch"Georgi Gogia called on
reservation of the use of force against the peaceful demonstrates.

"Azerbaijan should listen to the guarantees of the European Council
and stop the prohibitions put on peaceful demonstrations, release the
people who have been arrested for the expression of their opinion in
public and also examine the actions of the guardian of law".

Author: Factinfo




From: A. Papazian