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VISIT TO MALDIVES :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT, NILS MELZER
They also referred to the excessive duration of investigative processes and judicial proceedings, which often resulted in pretrial detention ranging from several months to years, without significant action on the part of the authorities. (...) Torture, ill-treatment and excessive use of force by the police 36. In meetings with the judicial, legislative and executive branches of government, all officials emphasized their unequivocal commitment to the absolute and non-derogable prohibition of torture and ill-treatment. (...) The Special Rapporteur observed that during the cleaning of the cells, the detainees had to clear the excess water left using their own plates. The area outside their cells was littered with food leftovers and had stagnant water; cleaning was done once a day.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS TO FREEDOM OF PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY AND OF ASSOCIATION, MAINA KIAI : ADDENDUM
He acknowledges that policing of peaceful demonstrations, protests and assemblies has undergone significant changes since the G20 summit in London in April 2009, which was marked by instances of excessive use of force by law enforcement authorities, as epitomized by the death of a bystander, Ian Tomlinson. (...) Finally, it appears that “kettling” has been used for intelligence gathering purposes, by compelling peaceful protestors, and even bystanders, to disclose their names and addresses as they leave the kettle, increasing the chilling effect it has on potential protesters. (e) Excessive use of force 39. The Special Rapporteur was also informed of allegations of excessive use of force further to the G20 London Summit in 2009, despite the aforementioned training provided to police forces. (...) The Special Rapporteur believes that the bail conditions in these cases were excessive. 46. The Special Rapporteur raised the issue of police bail conditions with the authorities, and was told that such conditions may be challenged before a court.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS, CHRISTOF HEYNS : ADDENDUM
Several allegations have been made of police using excessive force against suspects during arrest, interrogation and pretrial detention, and when carrying out raids of illegal informal settlements. (...) Such provisions allow for scenarios where excessive use of force can be regarded as lawful, as well as the avoidance of accountability. 34. (...) The Special Rapporteur was informed of many cases of blatant use of excessive force by the police, for which no action was ever taken to hold the police officers to account. 69.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2008/03/13 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF ETHIOPIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
The allegation which is couched with excessive generality has clearly failed to highlight any specific incident warranting detailed rebuttal.
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LETTER DATED 2 MAY 2011 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE REPUBLIC OF AZERBAIJAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
At the same time, the General Assembly of the United Nations in its resolution A/RES/63/241 that extended the mandate of the Special Representative of the Secretary- General for Children and Armed Conflict, recalled, in accordance with international humanitarian law, that indiscriminate attacks against civilians, including children, are prohibited and that they shall not be the object of attack, including by way of reprisal or excessive use of force, condemned such practices resulting in the killing and maiming of children, and demanded that an end be immediately put to them.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS, CHRISTOF HEYNS : ADDENDUM
Several allegations were made about the police using excessive force against suspects during arrest, interrogation and pretrial detention. (...) The Special Rapporteur received reports of cases of excessive use of force and cases of denial of medical care by prison officials that had occasionally led to deaths in custody, which were not adequately examined by forensic experts due to negligence and a lack of in- house forensic expertise.43 The Government did not provide statistics but advised that all deaths in custody were from natural causes. 4.
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION : ADDENDUM
Government-held evidence is not consistently made available. The law imposes excessive restrictions on appeals. 22. The right of detainees and prisoners charged with minimal offences to legal counsel would be further strengthened and improved with the establishment of the national legal aid foundation, which was proposed by the Malaysian Bar Council to the Prime Minister on 7 January 2010. (...) It also gives the Minister for Home Affairs excessive powers to keep people in detention indefinitely. (...) Their roles and functions are thus to implement operations to apprehend illegal immigrants, preserve local security and peace (patrol duty in crime prevention), undertake “psychological warfare” activities; act as the “eyes and ears” of the Government, perform local social and socio-economic activities, and assist other enforcement agencies, such as the Royal Malaysian Police, the Malaysian Department of Insolvency, the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism, the Road Transport Department and local authorities in carrying out their duties. 43. The excessive powers attributed to the police and the RELA leads to situations whereby refugees with a recognized status granted by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and even Malaysian nationals may be sent to immigration detention centres.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS, CHRISTOF HEYNS : ADDENDUM
Deaths resulting from excessive use of force ................................................. 10–14 4 B. (...) During his visit, the Special Rapporteur documented deaths resulting from the excessive use of force, deaths in custody, the imposition of the death penalty, attacks by armed groups, killings related to communal violence and practices affecting women’s right to life. (...) Deaths resulting from excessive use of force 10. During his country visit, the Special Rapporteur received a series of complaints regarding deaths resulting from the excessive use of force by security officers.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS TO FREEDOM OF PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY AND OF ASSOCIATION, MAINA KIAI : ADDENDUM
The Special Rapporteur’s extensive discussions with civil society actors and authorities revealed a predominant concern on the part of the State with maintaining peace, order and stability, to the extent of excessive control. Those are legitimate concerns for any State, but it is essential that the measures taken to ensure stability do not impair the essence of any fundamental right. (...) He is therefore concerned at the reports from Oman of restrictions on assemblies, excessive use of force by the police, threats, arbitrary arrests, abductions, detentions in secret locations and torture at the hands of authorities. 21. (...) It is to be expected that people’s concerns — in any country — would include criticism of the Government and its policies. Excessive government control over the establishment and operation of associations is a natural obstacle to that.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2008/03/06 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF NEPAL TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
GoN does not agree at all that there has been excessive use of force in controlling some demonstrations. (...) GoN is fully committed to take departmental actions against those who are found to have exceeded their legal authority and used excessive force in violation of the law. 14. The report contradicts itself in some of the places.
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