AFAPREDESA expresses its support to French activist Claude Magin

Chahid El-Hafed (Saharawi Refugee Camps), May 10, 2018 (SPS) - The president of the Association of Families of Prisoners and Disappeared Saharawi (AFAPREDESA), Abadeslam Omar Lahsen, has Wednesday expressed the support of his organization to the French activist Claude Mangin, who started a hunger strike since April 18 to protest against the impediment of the Moroccan authorities to visit her husband, Naama Asfari, detained in Morocco.

He denounced in a statement to the press the "silence of the international community on the serious violations of human rights committed by Morocco, regretting that Rabat enjoys the" support "of the French state, to continue" prohibiting humanitarian organizations and lawyers to visit to the Saharawi political weights ".

In this regard, he warned about the situation of Mrs. Claude Mangin, wife of Naama Asfari, on hunger strike since April 18, to ask for her legitimate right to visit her husband.

"it is inadmissible that 27 years after the establishment of MINURSO, the issue of human rights is not yet supported by the UN in the Occupied Territories of Western Sahara, which remains , he said, "the only prohibited space for journalists, observers and activists and humanitarian organizations." . Abdeslam Omar Lahsen says  SPS