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President of Republic chairs meeting of monitoring committee on situation of prisoners of Gdeim Izik

Shaheed El Hafed, April 8, 2017 (SPS) - President of the Republic, Secretary-General of the POLISARIO Front, Brahim Gali, chaired Friday a meeting of the Monitoring Committee on the situation of Saharawi political prisoners (Gdeim Izik's group).

The President of the Republic praised during the meeting the resistance and defiance shown by Sahrawi political prisoners of Gdeim Izik throughout the phases of the farce trial.

Occupied El-Aaiun undergoes severe security siege

El-Aaiun (Occupied Territories) 2 April 2017 (SPS) -  The Moroccan forces surrounded Saturday El-Aaiun, the capital of the occupied Western Sahara, by moving in massive military equipment from different regions, stationed in the outskirts and center of the city, said the Ministry of the Occupied Territories and Community Abroad.  

Adala UK: alarming increase of repression in demonstrations in Western Sahara

London, 27 March 2017 (SPS) - Last Thursday, 23 March, a group of unemployed individuals demonstrated pacifically in El Aaiun, in the Occupied Territories in Western Sahara. In view of the brutal repression with which the Moroccan forces responded to the demonstrators, Adala UK demands that the Moroccan authorities carry a complete, impartial and independent investigation of the human rights abuses committed and that all liable individuals are brought to justice.

EUCOCO members express concern about Sahrawi prisoners’ situation

Paris (France), 26 March 2017 (SPS) - Members of the task forces of the European Coordination Conference of support and solidarity with the Sahrawi people (EUCOCO) expressed their concern about the situation of Sahrawi political prisoners of the Gdeim Izik group, whose appeal trial opened in Rabat on 13 March.

Moroccan authorities use excessive force against unemployed Sahrawi protesters in occupied El-Auiun

El-Auiun (Occupied Territories), 24 March 2017 (SPS) - Moroccan forces intervened violently Thursday against dozens of unemployed Sahrawis, under the banner of Coordination of Unemployed Sahrawis, who peacefully protested inside a bus to demand their legitimate rights to direct employment and decent living.

Freedom of expression in Western Sahara muzzled by Morocco, denounces British NGO

London, 18 March 2017 (SPS) - The freedom of expression in Western Sahara is muzzled by Morocco which attacks journalists and human rights activists, denounced the British organization for human rights defence in Western Sahara, Adala UK.

The NOG wrote on its website this week that the Moroccan regime persecutes and imprisons journalists because of their political opinions, the same false charges for which human rights defenders are accused.

Moroccan authorities besiege court place where trial of Gdeim Izik prisoners will take place

Rabat (Morocco), March 12, 2017 (SPS) – The Moroccan authorities started Sunday morning putting iron barricades around the court where the trial of Gdeim Izik prisoners will take place. 

Many vehicles surrounded the places where the families of Gdeim Izik prisoners and their sympathizer stay. 

Adala UK denounces use of torture by Morocco against Sahrawis

London, Feb 25, 2017 (SPS) - The British organization for human rights defence in Western Sahara, Adala UK, denounced Friday the use of torture by Morocco against Sahrawi civilians who oppose Moroccan colonization of their country, and called for investigations into those complaints.

Moroccan prison administration isolates Sahrawi political prisoners on hunger strike in occupied city of El-Aaiun

El-Aaiun (Occupied Territories), January 16, 2017 (SPS) – Moroccan prison administration of “Black Jail” in the occupied city of El-Aaiun isolated Saturday Saharawi political prisoners Ali Saadouni, Khalihenna Fek and Nourdin Arkubi, who were on hunger striker, at solitary confinement and destroyed their possessions.

Moroccan court issues unfair ruling against human rights activist Hamadi Nassiri

Tantan (southern Morocco), January 15, 2017 (SPS) – A Moroccan Court  has issued unfair sentence in absentia against human rights activist and former Sahrawi political prisoner Hammadi Nassiri for six months and a fine of 500 dirhams, according the Ministry of the Occupied Territories and Community Abroad.


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