Meeting the Green Party in Melbourne


November 14,2017

On Monday, 14 November 2017, a delegation from the Gulf Institute for Democracy and Human Rights (GIDHR) have met Mrs. Clear Ohranor; the political adviser to the Australian Senator and Mr. Richard de Natail; the head of the Green Party.

The meeting has aimed at strengthening the GIDHR’s human rights relations and highlighting the deteriorating rights situation in the Bahrain.

Yahiya al-Hadeed, Head of the Gulf Institute for Democracy and Human Rights has expressed his concerns over the possibility of fabricating new charges against the Secretary-General of the Islamic National Society (al-Wefaq); Sheikh Ali Salman to increase the term of his imprisonment and the need to move urgently to stop these practices.

For her part, Mrs. Oharanor has shown her thorough readiness to cooperate with the GIDHR in order to find lobbying mechanisms on the Government of Bahrain to end the human rights violations, in the country.

Besides, Ms. Oharanor has proposed the GIDHR to address and urge the Australian Foreign Ministry to take serious and urgent measures to end the human rights crisis in Bahrain.