Amnesty International ha denunciato la pratica della tortura e dell'omicidio sotto il regime di Abdel Fattah al-Sisi nel suo report sull'Egitto.
Sembra di leggere il resoconto dell'omicidio di Giulio Regeni da parte dei servizi di polizia, ovvero gli squadroni della morte al servizio di al-Sisi.
... The year saw a continued dramatic deterioration in human rights following the ousting of President Mohamed Morsi in July 2013. The government severely restricted freedoms of expression, association and assembly. Thousands were arrested and detained as part of a sweeping crackdown on dissent, with some detainees subjected to enforced disappearance. The Muslim Brotherhood remained banned and its leaders were detained and jailed. Torture and other ill-treatment of detainees remained routine and was committed with impunity. Hundreds were sentenced to prison terms or to death after grossly unfair trials. Security forces used excessive force against protesters and committed unlawful killings with impunity. Women faced discrimination and violence. Some refugees were forcibly returned. Forced evictions continued. Dozens of people faced arrest and prosecution for their sexual orientation or identity. Courts imposed hundreds of death sentences; the first executions since 2011 were carried out in June. (...)
Leggi il report di Amnesty International