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Procedura : 2021/2578(RSP)
Ciclo di vita in Aula
Ciclo del documento : B9-0197/2021

Testi presentati :


Discussioni :

PV 11/03/2021 - 9.2
CRE 11/03/2021 - 9.2

Votazioni :

PV 11/03/2021 - 18

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<TitreSuite>with request for inclusion in the agenda for a debate on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law</TitreSuite>

<TitreRecueil>pursuant to Rule 144 of the Rules of Procedure</TitreRecueil>

<Titre>on the situation in Bahrain, including those on death row and human rights defenders</Titre>


<RepeatBlock-By><Depute>Thierry Mariani, Harald Vilimsky</Depute>

<Commission>{ID}on behalf of the ID Group</Commission>


NB: This motion for a resolution is available in the original language only.


European Parliament resolution on the situation in Bahrain, including those on death row and human rights defenders


The European Parliament,

- Having regard to article 144 of its rules;

- Having regard to the 1966 United Nations Covenant on Civil and Political Rights;

- Having regard to the United Nations Convention

- Having regard to the resolution of the European Parliament of June 14, 2018 on the human rights situation in Bahrain;

- Having regard to the resolution of the European Parliament of July 7, 2016 on the repression of human rights defenders in Bahrain;

- Having regard to the declaration of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights of April 18, 2019;

- Having regard the decision of the Gulf Cooperation Council of March 2011 to intervene in Bahrain and the dispatch of Saudi armed forces;

A. Whereas  since the protests began in Bahrain in February 2011, the government of the Kingdom of Bahrain has engaged in a total and indiscriminate crackdown on mostly peaceful protests;

B. Whereas the Shiite population, despite being the majority in Bahrain, is the object of systematic persecution and discrimination by the government;

C. Whereas the interventions decided by the Gulf Cooperation Council, marked by the troops of Saudi Arabia, since March 2011, have led to a hardening of the repression and the death of several  people;

D. Whereas the special  report of UN Experts in february 2020 is showing mistreatments of political prisoners in bahraini jails amount to torture;

1. Calls for an end to discrimination against Shiite religious leaders, journalists, opposition leaders, and defense lawyers;

2. Hopes that a national political process will be put in place in order to give the political representation of Bahrain a configuration more in tune with its population;

3. Underlines to importance to keep security and stability in the whole region: asks for the withdrawal of Saudi troops and, if necessary, the country's intelligence services; notes also the neighboring countries, including Iran, constant interference in the internal affaires of Bahrain;

4. Deplores the 2017 decision to outlaw all independent media; urges Bahrain to rescind its arbitrary bans on opposition parties, to respect freedom of expression and peaceful assembly; asks the government of Bahrain to renounce the use of torture; improve its judicial system which lacks of transparency;

5. Instructs its President to forward this resolution to the Council, the High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy, the Government of Bahrain and the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

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