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Over the two visits the team met with 15 percent of the over 450-person inmate population and with members of the prison staff.
The warden provided the team with access to all prisoners including to two inmates on death row.
Members of the Al‑Khalifa royal family occupy about half of the cabinet positions, including all strategic ministries.
In 2002, the government adopted a constitution that reinstated a legislative body with one elected chamber, the Council of Representatives (COR), and one appointed chamber, the Shura Council.
On February 28, the Civil High Court of Appeal upheld the April 2004 lower court judgment ordering the Ministry of Interior (MOI) to pay 5,000 (40,000 dinars) to the family of a 21-year-old citizen killed in a demonstration in April 2002. Disappearance There were no reports of politically motivated disappearances. Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment The constitution prohibits torture and other cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment.
At the end of November, Musa Abd Ali, a 24-year-old Shi'a activist with the "Committee of the Unemployed" filed a complaint with police alleging that in the early hours of November 28 plainclothes security personnel abducted him from his home, beat him severely, assaulted him sexually, and threatened him with further harm unless he ceased his activities on behalf of the Committee of the Unemployed (see section 2.a.).
• inability to change the government • political parties prohibited • impunity • restrictions on civil liberties--freedoms of speech, press, assembly, and association • lengthy pretrial detention • lack of judicial independence • allegations of corruption in the judicial system • discrimination based on gender, religion, sect, and ethnicity • infringement of citizens' privacy rights • restrictions on freedom of religion and of movement • violence against women • trafficking • restrictions on labor rights For the first time, the government allowed a local human rights organization to inspect prison conditions.In April 2004, the Ministry of Social Development announced plans to open a separate center for the care of juvenile delinquents, but it had not yet done so by year's end.In August 2004, content of International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) discussions with government officials and NGOs was not made public.Ministry of Interior officials stated publicly and privately that the government had no knowledge of nor involvement in the incident and, after completing an investigation, referred the case to the Attorney General's office.On December 13 Abd Ali withdrew his cooperation with the investigating authorities, after inconsistencies developed in his allegations.