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Bahrain interior minister orders investigation into violations

Sheikh Rashed Ibn Abdullah Al-Khalifa has ordered an investigation into violations of personal rights committed during crack-downs on protesters


A handout picture released by Bahrain’s main opposition Al-Wefaq group shows protesters engulfed in tear gas fired by police during a demonstration in a Shia village close to Manama (file photo: AFP/Ho/Al-Wefaq Media Centre)
A handout picture released by Bahrain’s main opposition Al-Wefaq group shows protesters engulfed in tear gas fired by police during a demonstration in a Shia village close to Manama (file photo: AFP/Ho/Al-Wefaq Media Centre)

The Ministry of Interior Affairs in Bahrain, Sheikh Rashed Ibn Abdullah Al-Khalifa, released a statement on Sunday announcing its intention to investigate violations of personal rights committed during security officers crack-downs on protesters.

The ministry in order to abide by a concept of transparency and accountability, the statement read, would launch an official investigation to reports of abuse.

During the Bahraini uprising, which erupted in February 2011, massive violations of human rights and peoples’ right to privacy were reported by activists and protesters. Opposition figures and citizens have reported hundreds of incidents of officers breaking into citizens’ homes, beating and arresting them.

Meanwhile, Bahraini protesters rallied in the streets of a number of villages on Saturday, calling for the ouster of the ruling family of Al-Khalifa in Bahrain.
Protesters also expressed their solidarity with demonstrators in neighbouring gulf countries, including Saudi Arabia.

Large protests hit the Qatif governorate of Saudi Arabia, calling for the release of Shia cleric Nimr Al-Nimr. Security officers arrested several protesters while firing on demonstrators.

 

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  • linda

    How appalling that this announcement is 8 months overdue, at least and that this announcement is bigger news than the hundreds of violations logged and proved by the BICI, and those occurring daily since the BICI was published!
    Here is just one violation, which happened immediately after this announcement was made:

    Pellets injury in Sanabis http://pic.twitter.com/rDO4HdCa

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