The Committee for Human Rights on February 28 said that The court has granted a woman the mother of a five-month-old baby who died in prison.
Under the legal aid intervention of a Cambodian human rights lawyer, the commune councilor left the prison early in the morning. February 28, 2020. The remaining sentence was suspended.
After receiving information on the death of a 5-month-old baby who lives with her mother in the center, the Human Rights Commission said in a statement. Revision II (M2) at the Khmer-Soviet Friendship Hospital due to severe diarrhea.
In this case, the Cambodian Human Rights Committee (NCHR) has provided a free lawyer to assist the court following a hearing on the case. Announced the public gallery on February 25 on misdemeanor drug trafficking and misuse of text messages. He was jailed and sentenced to two years in prison with a suspended sentence Bank the next 8 months, 10 days, and must implement simple sentence suspended.
The Cambodian Human Rights Committee is hopeful that detainees who have been released for free will work to reform their addiction to drugs. And will be a good time in society.
The Cambodian Human Rights Committee confirms that it is still actively monitoring and supervising other cases involving Detained women with children in prison to ensure their rights, including their dependent children, are ensured and protected in accordance with standards. National and international human rights and principles Human indecently.
A 5-month-old baby who lives with his mother in the 2nd Correctional Center or Prey Sar prison died on Sunday Last January, at the Khmer-Soviet Friendship Hospital in Phnom Penh, the baby was confirmed dead because Lung disease and malnutrition.
The victim's mother was remanded in pre-trial detention in mid-201 After being accused by authorities of possessing only one worth of methamphetamine pills Riel, or $ 2.5, she was not given a defense Nor did she know the right to apply for bail in Pandora. She was eight months pregnant at the time He was remanded in custody.
We urge the authorities to act quickly to ensure that such cases do not happen again.
According to the LICADHO report released at the end of February 2020, there are currently 103 children and 43 pregnant women in detention. Of the 18 prisons monitored by LICADHO, the number has increased almost two times. Times since January 1, 2017, as those days are Campaign to crack down on religion across the country.
At a working meeting of the Cambodia Council for Women on 17 February 2020, Samdech Prime Minister Hun Sen urges the relevant parties to open up He stated that if the court does not have enough court hearings, the hotel can be replaced by: Columbus