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PCHR Calls Upon ICRC to Assume its Humanitarian Duties to Guarantee the Palestinian Civilians’ Freedom of Movement

Ref: 75/2015 PCHR follows up with concern the deterioration of humanitarian conditions of civilians in the Gaza Strip due to the Israeli-imposed closure on their movement and travel from and to the Gaza Strip; including the closure of Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing that denies over 95% of the Gaza Strip population the right to movement to the West Bank and abroad. Rafah International Crossing Point was re-opened for only two days after 104 days of closure. Only 1,539 Palestinian civilians were able to travel to Egypt and abroad, including humanitarian cases whose health conditions deteriorated or their interests abroad negatively affected....

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Allocation of State Land for Civil Servants Does not Solve Salary Crisis in Gaza

Ref: 74/2015 The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) calls for putting an end to the current efforts practiced in Gaza to allocate State Land for civil servants in Gaza in reimbursement of their dues in view of the ongoing salary crisis. The latest of which was the decision taken yesterday by the Change and Reform Bloc that convened on behalf of the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) in Gaza to approve the allocation of State lands for civil servants. PCHR highlights that allocating State lands and taking such decisions fall within the competence of the Council of Ministers. In addition, PCHR...

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