Algeria’s responsibility fixed

Several organizations that intervened within the framework of the 48th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC), held in Geneva, “strongly condemned the crimes and abuses committed by Polisario in Tindouf’s camps, ensuring that the Algerian regime would have these Bears full responsibility for all violations committed by the members of the Front in the camps.

The organization “Africa Culture International Human Rights” (ACI Human Rights), which has special advisory status “ECOSOC” with the United Nations, in this regard, expressed its concern over the violation of the rights of the abducted population in Tindouf. camps, and their abuse, torture and abuse”.

Speaking by videoconferencing, the organization’s president, Dianco Lamin, spoke out against “Polisario’s practice, which uses military recruitment of children, to send them, by force, to military training centers”.

“ACI Human Rights is outraged by this violation of international humanitarian and human rights law, which is one of the worst attacks on human dignity, as it deprives these children of 12 and 13 years of their most important, essential rights and childhood. Is.” he said.

“We appeal to the international community on the fate of the population of the Tindouf camps who are victims of all forms of violation of their rights”, he declared, “this situation demonstrates the purpose of this armed group. Separatists. This humanitarian aid.” also steals what the international community allocates to them”. He said that this aid has been used by Polisario for the personal enrichment of its members.

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“ACI Human Rights strongly condemns this situation and makes a sincere appeal to the international community, especially the United Nations, to intervene and end this abhorrent practice in the Tindouf camps”, he declared.

Speaking on behalf of the NGO “Unity Network for the Development of Mauritania”, the Nazi Moulay Lahsen, for his part, drew attention to the test faced by the population of the Tindouf camps for decades and recalled that “this population, in its own right, Deprived of living in honour, abandoned by the international community, which has turned its back on it and left it to its fate, exploited as an occupation in the service of the Algerian agenda”.

“There is no freedom of expression or movement in these camps and no union can be established if the views of the owners do not reflect,” he said.

He also spoke out against the maneuvers of the Algerian regime, which seeks to maintain the status quo in order to alleviate the suffering of the camp’s residents.

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