Sahara Press Service (El Aaiun)

23 November 2012

Morocco: Administration of Moroccan Prison of Sale2 Prevents Families of Saharawi Political Prisoners From Visiting Their Children

Sale — The administration of the Moroccan prison of Sale2, on Thursday has banned the families of the Sahrawi political prisoners (known as the group of Gdim Izik) from their right to visit their children in a violation of a agreement that was reached in previous meetings between the Families and the administration of the prison, according to Saharawi judicial resources.

The administration has prevented, Mr.Ahmed Sweyeh and his wife,Aziza Mgarbalha, parents -in law of the Saharawi political prisoner, Alarabi Albakai and Mrs. Alkauria Dafi, sister of the political prisoner, Daish Dafi.

The Committee of the Families of the Saharawi Political Prisoners, in a statement, denounced strongly this "illegal prevention" and all practices of the administration against the Saharawi political prisoners.

It called on all international human rights organizations to intervene to Moroccan authorities to stop all kinds of racism practices that committing by prison's administration against the group of Gdeim Izik and their families

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