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Κυριακή, Ιουλίου 19, 2009

Καλύτερα Στο Τσιμπουτί ! ! ! ΜΑΚΡΑΝ ! ! !

Τελικά ίσως να είναι πολύ καλύτερα να ζεις στο Τσιμπουτί (όπως λέει κι η διαφήμιση γνωστής γκοφρέτας!). Τα ακόλουθα αποσπάσματα είναι από την ετήσια έκθεση του State Departement για τα ανθρώπινα δικαιώματα στην Ελλάδα, που μπορείτε να βρείτε στο link http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2008/eur/119082.htm .
Πολύ ενδιαφέρον!!!


Section 1 Respect for the Integrity of the Person, Including Freedom From:

a. Arbitrary or Unlawful Deprivation of Life

There were no reports that the government or its agents committed any politically motivated killings during the year; however, a police officer killed one person.
On December 6, a police officer killed 15‑year‑old Alexandros Grigoropoulos in the Exarchia district in Athens, as Grigoropoulos and other youths reportedly were throwing rocks at a police vehicle. Authorities arrested the officer and his partner in connection with the shooting. The officer claimed that he fired warning shots and did not aim at Grigoropoulos. Autopsy and ballistics reports, requested by the victim's family, indicated that Grigoropoulos was killed by a ricochet bullet. The official investigation into the circumstances of the shooting was still pending at year's end. The shooting touched off more than a month of riots and demonstrations by youths and self‑styled anarchists in cities across the country that resulted in injuries to dozens of civilians and police as well as an estimated 1 billion euros (approximately $1.4 billion) in property damage. Both policemen were in custody at year's end on as yet undetermined charges.
In January a special Navy tribunal acquitted the coast officer involved in the August 2007 shooting death of a Greek citizen of all charges. Prosecutors had charged the officer with "reckless wounding." Coast guard officers had fired at the man after he reportedly failed to stop for a boat check. He later died in a hospital.
A trial was pending at year's end in the case of a border guard who shot and killed an Albanian migrant who was attempting to cross the Greek‑Albanian border illegally in November 2007.
In September four Georgian migrants were killed in marked minefields in the Evros area on the Greek‑Turkish border. During the previous 17 years, 72 persons died in the Evros minefields."

"Role of the Police and Security Apparatus

....In November eight Thessaloniki police officers were convicted in connection with the beating of a Cypriot student in 2006. The officers were convicted of causing bodily harm and were given sentences ranging from 15-39 months, with the option to avoid jail time by paying five euros (approximately $8) for each day of the sentence. The former police precinct director in place at the time of the beating was convicted for neglecting his supervisory duty and given a suspended 15‑month sentence. The policemen appealed their convictions, which were pending at year's end. Press and local NGOs criticized the punishments as lenient."

"Internet Freedom

There were no government restrictions on access to the Internet or reports that the government monitored e‑mail or Internet chat rooms. Individuals and groups could generally engage in the peaceful expression of views via the Internet, including by e‑mail. Internet was available throughout the country and widely used.
The libel and defamation trial of an internet blog administrator who criticized a Greek Orthodox televangelist had not begun by year's end. The blogger was charged in 2006 for comments that appeared on one of his Web sites allegedly calling the televangelist "stupid" for claiming that all things on earth came from Greece."

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