A Saharawi political prisoner begins an open hunger strike

Occupied Aaiún, Dec 13, 2018 (SPS) - The Saharawi political prisoner Mohamed Hasana Ahmed Salem Burial has entered yesterday, on an open hunger strike in the prison of  Tifelt2 in protest against the miserable situation of the prison in which he is, according to / sources from the Ministry of the Occupied Territories Abroad Community.

The Saharawi political prisoner, member of the group of Agdeim Izik, has decided to carry out this hunger strike in spite of his delicate health to draw attention to the torture and the bad treatment to which he has been subjected under pressure.

According to the family of the political prisoner, the reason for the hunger strike was due to the prison’s authorities indifference, medical negligence and the delicate state of health of the political prisoner Mohamed Hasana Ahmed Salem Burial.

In the same context, the family of the political prisoner added that the administration of the prison, contrary to the provisions of the law and international conventions, categorically rejects the condemnations presented by the Saharawi political prisoner Mohamed Hasana Ahmed Salem Burial. SPS

 

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