NCHR describes suspension of house arrest policy as positive step


[15-01-2022 09:45 AM]

Ammon News - The National Center for Human Rights (NCHR), on Friday, considered a decision by Interior Minister Mazen Faraya to suspend police surveillance and house arrest for three months, with the exception of some cases that are deemed dangerous, a positive step to limit the application of such law.

In a statement, the NCHR added that the decision is in line with the initial demands raised by the center, urging to abide by the procedures for arrest in accordance with the general rules.




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