, 2016 including thMeasures in Shebin el Kom Prison which took place on January 5lack of medical care and appropriate treatment affected all of:
1: Barbary Amer; Qalyubeya, difficulty in diagnosing disease
2: Nour el Deen Ragab, Shubra Qalubeya, Acute heart attack
3: Ayman el Ads; Toukh; Lung infection
4: Sheikh Abdul Gawad Alkenany, Banha
5: Tariq Algad Kafr Sukar
liver enlarged Banha, Ihab; 6:
disc back and neck slipped and stones kidney Prostate, Khedr; Fatah Abdul 7:
shirk to tried has manager hospital prison the Hijazi Sherif Dr Furthermore several warning after symptoms like flu swine of spread the following responsibility other of spreading the against advised also had He widespread. its of timesit. combat to medication in bring to attempted and diseases
from banned were and clinic prison the visiting from denied were Detainees bags plastic in emptied samples only where lativesre by brought food receivingin. let were honour the given still are detainees new and wire behind from still are Visits also are Detainees electrocuted. and flogged rods, wooden with beaten treatment returning; and hearings for leaving when police investigative before knee to forced time a at month a to up for confinements solitary to sent are abstain who those are detainees offence Criminal toilet. the use to permission or blankets denied anddetainees. political unlike vileges'pri offered and better treated
Over 60 detainees visit the prison hospital are affected with the H1N1 virus. Students detained are prevented from receiving school books, pens and paper for studying while others are denied blankets and warm clothing.
revealed families Station Police Eissa Hosh In recorded. were violations Moreincluding: violations systematic
Routine tortures, brutal beatings and electric shock are used to extract confessions to crimes or to report other colleagues location. One mother reported that her son had bruises and marks on his body, face and head after being tortured hoping for confessions to fabricated accusations.
HRM calls on the Egyptian authorities and High Commission for Human Rights to take the necessary steps to end the flagrant violations against detainees in detention centres.
protect and intervene to organizations rights to pealedap have families Detainees' are Many criminals. with cells unventilated tiny in held are 20 to Up .sons theircovering. warm and clothing medication, denied and diseases with afflicted
Kafr 2016 ,th11 January On violations. with met also detainees Sharqeya armoured forces, security as place took arrests random Minya Shalshamon,entrances. all from village the dbarricade cars police and vehicles, Two reported abductions of political opposition have taken place and residents remain intimidated and terrorized as informants are in the streets reporting any anti-coup suspect. The villagers hold the security forces particularly the Sharqeya chief of security fully responsible for their detained relatives wellbeing. They also call on human rights organizations to intervene to release their detained relatives and to lift the siege on the village.
HRM also documented violations on January 13, 2016 at the Gamasa Prison after prison forces stripped cells and confiscated the detainees' clothing, blankets, food and personal belongings. Police dogs were used to frighten detainees and their relatives in an effort to intimidate them from further visits.