A Spanish coalition denounces the violations of Algeria and the Polisario in Tindouf

Reading the articles of some newspapers on Friday and the end of the week with which we began “Moroccan events”, in which it was written that the Spanish coalition “Freedom is your right”, active in the defense of human rights within the Tindouf camps in Algeria, condemned, in the framework of the 51st session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, the serious violations of the human rights of the residents of the camp, and called for the urgent intervention of the United Nations to put an end to the suffering of detainees.

The same platform added that during a symposium organized at the Swiss Press Club, Elisa Pavón and Benvenida Cambio, based on their concrete experiences, highlighted how the Tindouf camps became the largest open prison in the world, under the repression of the Polisario. , and with the approval and protection of Algeria.

The two activists also confirmed that the residents of the camps hope to escape to stop the bleeding of living in misery without freedom and rights, in harsh climatic conditions and under the clutches of a terrifying regime.

The “Moroccan events” also noted that the governor of the Rabat-Salé-Kenitra region, the governor of Rabat, Mohamed Al-Yaqoubi, called the participants to the work of the regional meeting in the framework of the national debate on reconstruction and housing, at the Rabat state headquarters, to “present innovative proposals on the horizon” to formulate a new strategy to promote, improve and advance urban and rural life”.

The same al-Turabi official highlighted “the need to be bold, courageous and stimulate the thought of urban planning that ensures the diversification of the housing supply and the improvement of production in a way that adapts to the needs of the population in a framework that guarantees the provision of modern, safe and accessible facilities and infrastructure”.

“Al-Masaa” published that the Criminal Chamber of the Court of Appeal of Marrakech postponed the trial of the followers of the “Lacrim” crime, which shook Marrakech on November 2, 1722, and resulted in the death of a medical student and with wounded. of two others, including his colleague, until October 16. Then to complete the cross-examination of some of the defendants in the case.

The same newspaper wrote that protectors of public funds had warned that trials in corruption cases had been long overdue. Mohamed Al-Glousi, president of the Moroccan Association for the Protection of Public Funds, stated that the delay has become chronic and raises more than one question about judicial effectiveness and the role of the judiciary in the fight against corruption and linking responsibility with accountability. He also pointed out that discrimination in law enforcement deepens feelings of injustice, “looseness” and inequality, and helps spread crime, poverty and unemployment.

Al-Massa also reported that the investigating judge surprised the suspects who were being heard on the condition of being released, members of the largest hierarchical marketing network, by arresting them and sending them to the “Okasha” prison ship.

According to the same platform, the investigations that were resumed after the judicial recess revealed the involvement of new suspects of money laundering and fraud, including brothers of the main suspect of the largest pyramid marketing network, who is in preventive detention.

And with the same newspaper, which reported that the Criminal Chamber of the Court of First Instance of the Court of Appeals of Tangier ruled, in a case that has been called group sex parties, after months of investigations, sentencing two people to five years in prison, two years in prison for the mother of the two children, and another woman, her partner, with three months in effective prison and a fine of 20 million cents.

For its part, “Bayan Al-Youm” reported that the residents of various groups in the Nador region protested the frequent power outages. According to local media sources, a wave of anger is breaking out among the clients of the National Office, who have expressed their suffering on more than one occasion since the summer. Those affected demanded that the Central Administration of the National Electricity Office intervene to put an end to the blackout.

In other news, the same newspaper reported that young activists from Essaouira decided to contribute to the efforts made by the relevant departments and the various actors in the education sector, organizing a distribution of school bags and tools for the benefit of students in rural areas.

As for “Al-Alam”, it reported that Moroccan cyclists have entered the world championship of road races, which will take place in the Australian city of Wollongong from September 18 to 25.

According to the same source, the Moroccan elements will participate in road races on September 23, 24 and 25, together with the teams of the leading countries in the sport of the “little princess”, which have already won continental, international and Olympic titles. .