Demonstrations of dozens of Saharawi activists in El Aaiun and Bojador

Source: Saharawi Human Rights Activists / El Aaiun – Photos. Communication activists (EIC  Poemario por un Sahara Libre)

According to Saharawi human rights activists, dozens of Saharawi demonstrators took to the streets in the occupied cities of El Aaiun and Bojador.

Following last week’s appeal by the Coordination Gdeim Izik, together with Saharawi civil organizations and committees in the occupied territories, the cities of El Aaiun and Bojador saw this Thursday afternoon protests against the Moroccan occupation and in support of the Saharawi political prisoners detained in Moroccan prisons.

One of the defenders of the human rights of the city of El Aaiun indicated that the population represented in different associations and committees left the neighborhood Maatala, known as Sweto, with banners and Saharawi flags with several slogans against the occupation and in support of the Saharawi political prisoners detained in Moroccan prisons.

Human rights activist and advocate Abdelaziz Biay in a telephone conversation with the Saharawi Diary said that the population heeded the appeal that was made and that the repressive apparatus of the Moroccan occupation administration was surprised by the number of demonstrators who took to the streets of several neighborhoods . At the time of writing this article, the source said that clashes with police and auxiliary forces continued to develop in the districts of Larak, Lehcheisha and El Batimat and that the main concentration was organized on Smara avenue in the city, where units and forces clustered to confront the demonstrators. The source said there were several injured but that the number of victims and detainees has not yet been recorded.

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