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Human Rights Commission: 18,000 cases registered in Basra

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Post by RamblerNash on Wed Aug 29, 2018 11:06 am

Human Rights Commission: 18,000 cases registered in Basra

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29-08-2018 04:50 PM

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The Human Rights Commission on Wednesday reported the registration of 18000 cases in Basra, while warning of the spread of cholera in the province, confirmed the failure of health institutions to accurately diagnose the type of pollution.

The Commission said in a press statement that "the delegation of the High Commission for Human Rights in Iraq, which consists of its president Aqil Jassim al-Musawi and the membership of Commissioner Fadel Gharawi and Commissioner Faisal Abdullah and Commissioner Mashreq Naji, conducted field visits to all areas of Basra, especially in (Faw / Abu al-Khasib and the center of the city to reach the areas of high environmental and health pollution, which caused thousands of citizens in Basra. "

She said she had documented 18,000 cases of diarrhea so far, ranging from diarrhea, acute intestinal colic and vomiting to all age groups and to entire families in hospitals Governorate

", Asking citizens to" submit communications and complaints to their office in the province of all those who caused this humanitarian and environmental disaster. "

She explained that "official reports were prepared for citizens who have been exposed to cases of pollution and poisoning within the health institutions or through their review of the Office of the Commission," noting that "it documented high levels of salinity in all levels of water feeding Shatt Al Arab, and the decline of water in the rivers fed to residential areas, And increase chemical and biological contaminants in the Shatt al-Arab due to the remnants of factories and sewage. "

She added that she "documented the failure of the health institutions to accurately diagnose the type of pollution due to the absence of specialized chemical laboratories in Basra, the delay in sending samples to the Ministry of Health in Baghdad, in addition to the lack of water releases allocated to the province of Basra and the abuses that have increased the proportion of salinity of water as well as excesses By rioting countries and the dumping of waste and waste in the Shatt al-Arab, as well as diverting the course of the Karon River from its main outlet, leading to a major humanitarian disaster in the region caused the loss of crops and gave great risks to individuals.

The Commission pointed out that it "documented the lack of desalination plants capable of solving the problem of Basra province and most of the stations are small and have not been maintained, and documented the distribution of water to citizens through cars pelvic section of the large used for waste sewage and not subject to laboratory tests at all and not subject to health control, Documented the cases of illness, which have reviewed the hospitals because of water pollution, which returned more than once for asymmetric recovery and the spread of diseases in their bodies.

And warned of "the increase in cases of injuries and the possibility of development to the cholera epidemic after the middle of next September in the absence of effective solutions to the outbreak of the disease," explaining that "will submit a report (fact) to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and the ministries concerned and the United Nations and the Human Rights Council in Geneva Represents all the documented violations committed by the ministries and government agencies in the province of Basra. "

"She will hold meetings with representatives of the embassies of the countries concerned to resolve the crisis, especially Turkey and Iran, as well as coordination with international missions in Iraq."


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