According to a preliminary report from the United Nations on human rights in Eritrea’s ”very clear patterns” on breaches of human rights, as established by the UN is no genuine rule of law in the country where torture is used widely and detention of civilians, including children, perceived as everyday .
It writes Reuters.
The United Nations has for a year studies on the human rights situation in Eritrea – a preliminary report on Monday delivered to the UN Human Rights Institute.
– Most Eritreans have no hope for the future. Detention is a common part of everyday life, as a disproportionate number of experience – men and women, old and young, including children, says the chairman behind the investigations, Mike Smith.
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