Azerbaijani Citizens Unsatisfied with Judicial and Justice Bodies
Azerbaijan, Baku, 23 April / Trend corr. I.Alizade / Azerbaijani citizens are not satisfied with judicial and justice bodies of the country.
"Most appeals and statements which were submitted to the standing Parliamentary Commission on Human rights during three months of 2008 were connected with the functioning of judicial and justice bodies. Some 63 appeals were submitted to the Commission for investigation and consideration, were sent to courts and justice bodies," Rabiyat Aslanova, Chairman of standing Parliamentary Commission, stated Trend .
During the first three months of 2008, over 226 appeals and statements connected with violation of human rights were submitted to the standing Parliamentary Commission.
Sixty-three statements and appeals were submitted to courts and justice bodies, 32 - local Executive Power, 29 - Prosecutor Offices, 10 - police stations, 6 - Defence Ministry and military commissariats, 5- education departments, 3- Health Ministry, 65 -other Ministries, committees and companies and 53 -have not been submitted to any department due to anonymity. Commission took control over 69 statements and received response from departments where these documents were submitted.
Some 972 statements and appeals were submitted to standing Parliamentary Commission on Human rights during the autumn session of the Parliament.
"In 2008, the number of appeals to the Commission has decreased," Aslanova stated.
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