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The young detainee's brother, Tarek Hussein or 'Tito', a member of Al-Dostour Party (DP) committee for freedoms and rights, says the long period of detention is punishment in itself under the current "arbitrary rule of the regime".
A MAN who stabbed another man in a struggle sparked by alleged stolen jewellery was yesterday starting a sixmonth period of detention.
Dubai: Bahrain on Sunday extended by two weeks the period of detention for prominent rights activist Nabeel Rajab, accused of spreading false news, for the second time this month.
Conditions and the period of detention and release and is settled in the contract award.
His counsel, advocate Sher Mohammad Laghari apprised the SHC that Hashim was detained for 90 days under Maintenance of Public Order (MPO) Ordinance but even that period of detention had completed on January 19, 2015.
In 2014, the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government passed a law that abolished specially authorized courts (EuYM) and decreased the maximum period of detention before a final verdict to five years.
A senior expatriate banker working in a foreign bank based in the capital was deported Wednesday after serving a period of detention in a government camp for alleged misappropriation of family funds.
He singled out gaps in life expectancy between richest and poorest neighbourhoods saying that this was "perhaps the biggest human rights abuse" in rich developed countries - worse, perhaps than a similar period of detention without trial.
The report added that the home secretary, Theresa May, is proposing to reduce the maximum period of detention from nine hours to six, to introduce new rights for the person detained to consult a solicitor and a ban on intimate searches, among other changes.
After a period of detention, the Monsignor has been transferred to a hospital in Salerno, pending trial that is due to start in December.
In its judgment, the ECHR found that there had been a violation of Article 13 -- right to an effective remedy -- of the European Convention on Human Rights, taken together with the right to life and prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment due to the lack of an effective remedy with automatic suspensive effect to challenge the applicant's deportation It also found there had been a violation of the right to liberty and security due to the unlawfulness of the applicant's entire period of detention with a view to his deportation without an effective remedy at his disposal to challenge the lawfulness of his detention.
During this period of detention there has been no indication from the prosecution authorities of any evidence against these men.