The government of Bin Salman is violated in its arbitrary policies that persecute the people of the Kingdom and rob them of their freedoms. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, international and local laws, and other treaties.
Among the prominent violations with which the bin Salman regime was involved in the restrictions it imposes on the people of the country is the denial of external asylum, movement and travel, motivated by repression and denial of revealing facts, or as bargaining and extortion of the families of prisoners of conscience.
The government of Bin Salman violated articles 13-14 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with this harassment, the first of which stipulates that everyone has the right to freedom of movement and to choose his place of residence within the borders of the state, while the second stipulates that everyone has the right to seek and enjoy asylum in other countries. from persecution.
The government of Bin Salman continues to ignore laws and treaties that protect people and their rights from violations, amid a continuous decline in the reality of rights and freedoms in the Kingdom.