The ministry said in a statement, coinciding with the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, that this day comes at a time when US-Saudi aggression is still practicing the worst types of torture against people of Yemen, prisoners and detainees in its prisons.
It indicated that thousands of prisoners, detainees, and others are still in the prisons of US-Saudi aggression and its tools in Marib, Aden, and the rest of the occupied regions, and they are subjected to the most severe types of torture and deprivation of the most basic human rights.
It affirmed that what the US-Saudi aggression and its tools are doing against prisoners is a flagrant violation of all international, norms, laws and human rights.
The Ministry of Human Rights condemned the continued international silence regarding the disregard of the US-Saudi aggression leaders for all relevant laws and charters.
It stressed the need for all human rights and humanitarian institutions to move to issue cases in international courts against the US-Saudi aggression, its leaders and tools involved in acts of torture.
Recently, the Parliament denounced, Wednesday, the torture and violations committed by the mercenaries of US-Saudi aggression against the prisoners, the latest of which was the torture of prisoner Nabil Mohammed Al-Khouli, who died in one of the mercenaries’ prisons.
The Council considered this crime one of a series of crimes of the aggression against the prisoners, in light of the declared truce, which contradicts all international laws, norms and covenants related to human rights.
It called on the United Nations to assume its humanitarian and moral responsibilities in protecting the prisoners and holding the perpetrators of crimes against them accountable.
For its part, the head of the National Committee of Prisoners stressed that the prisoners’ issue is a humanitarian one, and the committee deals with it from this point of view, indicating that it is followed up by the leadership of the revolution, in order to reach the implementation of this agreement, and liberating all prisoners.
He said, "We are keen to free all our prisoners, and this issue should not be subjected to leniency at all."
Al-Murtada expressed the hope that the United Nations would take more serious and positive steps to pressure the other party to implement what was committed and agreed upon.
He added, "We affirm that there is absolutely no delay by our part in implementing this agreement," pointing out that the National Prisoners' Committee had received promises from the UN that there would be progress in the coming weeks, and more positive steps to implement this agreement.#Aggression #Prisons 23-06-27
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