Morocco: Sahrawi prisoner’s health in danger: Mohamed Lamine Haddi

Sahrawi activist Mohamed Lamine Haddi is suffering from ill-health following his 69-day hunger strike in protest of his ill-treatment in Tiflet II prison- in Rabat, Morocco- and his solitary confinement for over three years. In July 2017, the activist was sentenced to 25 years in prison after the unfair ‘Gdim Izik’ mass trial, based on confessions extracted under torture. The authorities must immediately provide Mohamed Lamine Haddi with the necessary medical care, end his solitary confinement and conduct an independent investigation into his allegations of torture and prison conditions.

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