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Tuesday, April 23, 2024
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Moroccan human rights NGOs "Association marocaine des droits humains" (AMDH) and "Organisation marocaine des droits de l'homme" (OMDH) condemned, on Tuesday, the repression campaign in Tindouf camps, southwestern Algeria, and called on the UN to "urgently intervene."

AMDH Chairperson, Abdelhamid Amine called on the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to dispatch an investigation commission to Tindouf camps to put an end to the human rights violations.

    A brutal oppression campaign, led by the armed militias of the Polisario separatists, was carried out against a large peaceful popular uprising that broke out in the “February 27” and “Smara” camps, following the arrest and torture, in public, of Habbadi ould Hmimed, for his opposition of the Polisario theses.

    Amine affirmed that AMDH categorically rejects any form of violation perpetrated against the Sahrawis and firmly condemns the arrests targeting the sequestered in Tindouf camps.

    OMDH, for its part, urged UN institutions, notably the UN HCR, to “urgently intervene” to allow the sequestered populations in Tindouf camps regain their freedom and their rights, and renew relation with their relatives in Morocco.

    OMDH chairperson also underlined Algeria’s responsibility in damaging the physical integrity of the sequestered populations, since these violations took place on a territory under the Algerian authority.

 

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