Sakina Yaya, Saharawi activist suffers reprisals

PUSL.- Sakina Yaya, a Saharawi activist, suffers reprisals from the Moroccan occupation authorities after her participation in the constituent meeting of CODESA (Colective of Saharawi Human Rights Defenders) .

According to information from CODESA members, the Moroccan occupation authorities ordered the suppression of the salary of Sakina Yaha, who was recently elected a member of the Codesa administrative committee.

The activist who is known for her participation in non-violent protest activities has already been the victim of attacks by Moroccan authorities several times.

In the photos above you can see the black bruises from Sakina as a result of beatings by the occupation authorities after her participation in a non-violent demonstration in defense of respect for human rights in Western Sahara.