Afghan Judiciary spokesman conference for violence cases against women
Over the past four years, more than 7,200 cases of violence against women have been received
KABUL, Afghanistan: From the beginning of 1394 to present, 7,246 cases of violence against women have been resolved by primary courts, appeals and appeals.
Amanullah Iman, a spokeswoman for the Supreme Court, who told a news conference at the Center for Information and Media on Wednesday, quoting the country's four years of finalizing the cases of violence against women, added: "From The total number of cases of violence against women reached 920 cases were rape, 720 homicides, 320 killings, 145 women abusing, 113 cases of suicide, 87 assaulted and 41 wounded women. Forms.
In addition, 4900 other cases, such as forced prostitution, death threats, abortions, abductions, marriages before the legal age, women's sale, and the prohibition of the right to marry, are imposed by the perpetrators in accordance with the laws of the country. The fair tribunals have been sentenced to death.
Iman said that addressing cases of violence against women shows that Kabul province has the most cases of violence against women with 1074 cases and Herat with 412 cases, after which the provinces of Balkh, Kunduz and Kandahar have 273 , 257 and 67 cases are in the third, fourth and fifth places.
Meanwhile, 3509 cases of violence against women, which include various provinces, are being fairly and in accordance with the laws of the country and subject to strict supervision by the Supreme Leader and the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court spokesman, the establishment of the Special Tribunal for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and the establishment of specialized courts for the prevention of violence against women in 22 provinces of the country, which have been established over the past two years, have been considered as effective measures by the judiciary.
The formation of these institutions will help ensure that the courts of the country provide serious monitoring of the flow of women and access to justice for women.
Faith assured the people that reaching out to cases, especially cases of violence against women, is fairly, transparently and fairly held in all courts of the country.