Equatorial Guinea: Health Professional Action: Guillermo Nguema Ela Donato Ondó Ondó and other detainees in Black Beach prison
At least 35 prisoners of conscience and political prisoners at Black Beach prison in Malabo, are being denied medical treatment. Two of the prisoners, Guillermo Nguema Ela and Donato Ondó Ondó, adopted by AI as prisoners of conscience, are known to be seriously unwell as a result of chronic ailments, poor prison conditions and the refusal of the prison authorities to provide them with medical care. Amnesty International is gravely concerned about their health, and fears that their lives, and those of other prisoners, may be at risk.
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