International Solidarity with Claude Mangin

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On April 23, Claude Mangin, on hunger strike since April 18 demanding the right to visit her husband Naama Asfari, a political prisoner of Gdeim Izik, was visited by Aida Ohanyan of Armenia on behalf of the Association Bonheur Retrouvé, Constance Machicote international jurist from France / Spain and Isabel Lourenço from Portugal representing the Western Sahara Foundation and porunsaharalibre.org.

All three activists declared their solidarity with Claude Mangin and stated their rejection of the action of the Moroccan government in preventing this French citizen from visiting her husband who was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

The town hall of Ivry sur Seine near Paris houses Claude Mangin during her hunger strike.