Morocco does not want witnesses and expels five Spanish lawyers and two Norwegian observers from El Aaiún
-The Moroccan regime does not want international presence in the trial against the Saharawi journalist Nazha El -Kalhidi
-The Spanish lawyers are accredited by the General Council of Spanish Law
-“It is forbidden to enter El Aaiún”, explanation of the Moroccan police
Alfonso Lafarga (Contramutis).-Morocco has prevented five Spanish lawyers and two Norwegian observers from entering El Aaiún, the capital of Western Sahara, where they had traveled to attend the trial of Saharawi journalist Nazha El Kalhidi, accused of practicing without official certification.
“It is forbidden to enter El Aaiún”, is the only explanation received by lawyers Sidi Tallebuya, from Madrid; Ramón Campos García and María Lourdes Barón Jaques, from Zaragoza and Lala Travieso Darias and Rut Sebastián, from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, all of them accredited by the General Council of the Spanish Law, as well as the Norwegian observers of the RAFTO Foundation for Human Rights, Vegard Fosso Smievoll and Kjersti Brevik Moeller. Read more