Raport ONU: Siria a comis crime impotriva umanitatii

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Luni, 28 noiembrie 2011, 17:50 Actualitate | Internaţional


Comisia de ancheta a ONU pe problema situatiei grave din Siria a precizat luni ca fortele armate si de securitate au comis crime impotriva umanitatii - crima, tortura si viol, iar regimul presedintelui Bashar al-Assad este responsabil de acestea, transmite Reuters.

Comisia, care a anchetat 223 de victime si martori, a facut un apel la adresa autoritatilor sa opreasca "incalcarea grosolana a drepturilor omului", sa elibereze prizonierii luati in arestarile in masa si sa permita presei, ajutoarelor si supraveghetorilor pentru drepturile omului sa aiba acces in tara.

Raportul de 39 de pagini listeaza cazuri de executii, torturi, abuzuri sexuale chiar si asupra copiilor, arestari arbitrare si rapiri comise de autoritati din martie, in incercarea de a innabusi demonstratiile impotriva regimului.

Peste 3.500 de oameni au fost ucisi in violente, intre care se numara si ordine de tragere asupra civililor, iar activistii sustin ca 30.000 de persoane au fost arestate, multe fiind tinute in stadioane neacoperite.

In acelasi timp, zeci de mii de sirieni au manifestat luni in proteste organizate de stat fata de sanctiunile dure impuse de Liga Araba fata de un stat membru.


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646 vizualizari

  • -1 (1 vot)    
    Rusii nu stau degeaba (Luni, 28 noiembrie 2011, 18:32)

    Edy [anonim]

    Rusia a anuntat deja ca va trimite nave de razboi in sprijinul Siriei. Ce va face ONU?
  • -1 (1 vot)    
    sanctiuni (Luni, 28 noiembrie 2011, 18:58)

    El Condor [anonim]

    Sub amenintarea sanctiunilor Israelului asupra comuniratii vaticane, ONU, va aplica snctiuni Siriei, impotriva protestelor Rusiei si Chinei. La protestatari se va adauga ulterior si Iranul, ca tara detinatoare de arme nucleare interzise de comunitatea internationala.USA se abtine din cauza crizei profunde cu care se confrunta.
  • +2 (4 voturi)    
    crime impotriva umanitatii (Luni, 28 noiembrie 2011, 19:40)

    baronul stanganbuch [utilizator]

    care umanitate, aia compusa din salafisti si frati musulmani? Intr-adevar, au aspect fizic uman, dar eu am mari indpoieli ca totusi sint.
  • -1 (1 vot)    
    siria (Luni, 28 noiembrie 2011, 19:45)

    Ari3s [anonim]

    rapoartele comisiilor de 2 lei ( ONU), nu au argument in fata colaborarii. In Siria, este stapan Leul!
  • 0 (2 voturi)    
    Dupa Libia, Siria ? Iran ? (Luni, 28 noiembrie 2011, 22:51)

    annonim [anonim]

    Tarpley: Snipers are Randomly Shooting at Syrian Civilians to Create Instability (Nov 22, 2011)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fiBRjc0J88&feature=player_embedded

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fiBRjc0J88&feature=feedu

    ‘We won’t let Syria become 2nd Libya’ – Russian FM
    http://rt.com/politics/syria-libya-russian-stance-285/
  • 0 (0 voturi)    
    Vase de razboi ale Rusiei se deplaseaza spre Siria (Marţi, 29 noiembrie 2011, 4:42)

    utug [anonim]

    Russian warships head for Syria
    http://rt.com/news/russian-aircraft-carrier-syria-363/

    Moscow is deploying warships at its base in the Syrian port of Tartus. The long-planned mission comes, providentially, at the very moment when it could help prevent a potential conflict in the strategically important Middle Eastern country.
    ­The Russian battle group will consist of three vessels led by the heavy aircraft-carrying missile cruiser, Admiral Kuznetsov.
    Russian military officials insist that the move has no connection with the ongoing crisis in the region and was planned a year ago, the Izvestia newspaper reports. Apart from Syria, the aircraft carrier and its escort ships are set to visit the Lebanese capital, Beirut, Genoa in Italy and Cyprus, says the former Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Viktor Kravchenko.
    Nevertheless, he added that the presence of a military force other than NATO’s is very useful for this region, because “it will prevent the outbreak of an armed conflict,” Izvestia quoted Kravchenko as saying.
    The Soviet Union, the Admiral recalled, created a special naval squadron to deter Western military forces in the Mediterranean Sea. To repair and supply its ships, Moscow needed its own maintenance base in the region, and that was how the base in Tartus came into being.
    At present, the base is mostly used to support vessels of Russia’s Black Sea fleet. Some 600 military and civilian personnel of the Defense Ministry serve there.
    News of Russia’s naval deployment in Tartus came shortly after the US nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS George HW Bush anchored off Syria, along with additional naval vessels. The US battle group is to remain in the Mediterranean, allegedly to conduct maritime security operations and support missions as part of Operations Enduring Freedom and New Dawn. The US 6th Fleet is also patrolling the area, Interfax reports.
    “Of course, the Russian naval forces in the Mediterranean will be incommensurate with those of the US 6th Fleet,


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