The Iraqi government should choose solemn foreign investment companies with good reputation in the professional and humanitarian fields, especially that they are attributed to countries that respect the principles of human rights and apply humanitarian standards with record free from flagrant violations of human rights, in line with the promotion of those rights in the world, with the aim of exerting international pressure to reduce the practice of violations of all kinds.

 NIHR has monitored some foreign investment companies operating in Iraq belonging to countries with negative indicators regarding human rights violations, and that these violations have been mentioned in relevant international reports. Including Amnesty International. (







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