30 December 2015

Morocco: Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights Demands an Investigation Into Cases of Enforced Disappearances in Western Sahara

The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights (RFK Center), in his latest periodic report stressed that the Kingdom of Morocco hamper UN efforts to resolve the conflict over the Western Sahara and urged Rabat to provide data on complaints about cases of enforced disappearances in Western Sahara since 1991 to now and investigated in its, calling for the release of all Saharawi political prisoners.

Kennedy Center said in a report submitted to the Human Rights Commission of the Organization of the United Nations that Morocco "hampers UN efforts to resolve the conflict ", especially after the refusal to respond to UN efforts seeking to reviving negotiations on the basis UN right of the Saharawi people to self-determination.


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