Morocco/Western Sahara: Grant Sahrawi defendants a fair trial
The trial of 24 Sahrawis in a civilian court that began on 26 December is an opportunity to redress the numerous violations that tainted their fundamentally flawed military trial in 2013. The trial at the Rabat Court of Appeals continued on 23, 24 and 25 January, and was adjourned until 13 March. A fair trial is essential in order to bring to light the truth of the events in 2010 which led to the death of eleven members of the Moroccan security forces and two Sahrawis, Amnesty International said.
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