PCHR Issues New Report Titled: “No Solutions Are Foreseen: The Power and Fuel Ongoing Crisis Paralyzes Life in the Gaza Strip”
On Tuesday, 20 March 2012, the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) issued a new report on the impact of the shortage of fuel and electrical outages on the life of the civilian population in the Gaza Strip. The report addresses the disastrous conditions experienced by the civilian population for the second consecutive month as a result of the ongoing crisis of fuel and power. The report shows that the suffering of around 1.6 million Palestinian civilians living in the Gaza Strip has been aggravated.
It also shows that the main concern of all the population has become to look for primitive means to provide their basic humanitarian needs, including health
services, sanitation, drinking water, cooking gas, access to education facilities as well as transportation. Ensuring such basic needs has become a difficult and complicated task, resulting in additional financial burdens that the civilian population of the Gaza Strip cannot afford. the provision of its basic needs, including electricity and fuel, on Israel.