It also details mass arrests of Ba’ath Party suspects, which took place in the last weeks before the US pullout. Most of the detainees remain held without charges.
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The report, which terms Iraq a “budding police state,” warns that the government “routinely abuse protesters, harass journalists, torture detainees and intimidate activists.” The report referred back to early attempts at Arab Spring protests in Iraq, which ended with bloody crackdowns and mass arrests.
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