DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has published a report on the circumstances of the death of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi after the trial.
Agnes Kalamard, UN Special Rapporteur on Arbitration and Out-of-court Executions Overseeing the Report, said in a comment on her Twitter page: "Egypt: Former President Morsi was detained in conditions that can only be described as violent. "Their human rights and the lives of many of them can be at great risk."
Kalamard's comment came with the publication of a report published on the website of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.
1. Dr. Morsi was kept in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day.
He was not allowed to see other prisoners even at the same time he could move out, forced to sleep on the concrete floor with one or two blankets for protection, and had no access to books, newspapers, written materials or the radio.
2- Dr Morsi was deprived of life-saving drugs and medical care.
Put it and he has diabetes and high blood pressure. Gradually he lost sight of his left eye. He had suffered from recurrent diabetic coma and fainting many times and many cases of caries and gum infections.
3. (Egyptian) authorities have been warned repeatedly.
The prison conditions of Dr. Morsi are gradually undermining his health to the point that they killed him. There is no evidence that they have dealt with these fears, even if their consequences are expected.