Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Serious Abuse Of The Ivorian Military Against Pro-Gbagbo
From a report entitled "CAte d'Ivoire: regulations of the winners," The NGO Amnesty International accuses the Republican Forces (FRCI) - the military put up by President Alassane Ouattara after the post-election disaster of this year - 2011-to have performed a repression" in the title of "security" in response to a of attenats in 2012.
"On basics often political and ethnic", "dozens of people" were the victims of "arbitrary arrests" and "torture" determined by the military and this "militia" made up of conventional hunters "dozo," says this particular NGOs. At least two different people have died in acts of "torture," according to the company, which denounces "serious violations" of human rights at the cost of actual or supposed supporters involving former President Laurent Gbagbo.
Amnesty International and other NGOs had arrested the FRCI severe violations of human rights inside their reply to the wave of attacks, often lethal, performed in the second 1 / 2 of 2012 by armed groups complete opposite to the security forces and sensitive sites. The federal government has attributed the attacks on supporters of the old regime, that Gbagbo's camp has rejected.
Read (customer ): The UN is worried in regards to the persistence of violations of human rights throughout CAte d'Ivoire
BREAKING THE CYCLE OF IMPUNITY
CAte d'Ivoire is trying to turn the page about the disaster of December 2010-April 2011 which killed about 3000 died after Laurent Gbagbo refused to concede defeat in the presidential election. The former Head involving State is always that suspected of crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in This particular Hague held since late 2011. Lots of his followers are placed in CAte d'Ivoire.
Supporters of President Ouattara may also be suspected of getting committed serious crimes through the crisis of 2010-2011 but none of them has been concerned by this particular Ivorian justice, or the military accused of committing atrocities after armed attacks in 2012. "CAte d'Ivoire must mark the pattern of abuse and impunity," said GaAtan Mootoo, Amnesty analyst, denouncing "the fall of the Ivorian authorities to determine the rule of law" despite promises.