Saharawi political prisoner and human rights activist, Hasena Elwali Aleya, died Sunday night at a military hospital in the occupied city of Dakhla, where he had been admitted due to his “critical” health conditions, as a result of medical negligence. The Saharawi political prisoner Aleya suffered of a critical condition for some time in his cell in prison before being transferred to a hospital in the occupied city of Elaiun, where he was denied proper medical treatment.
Angry but peaceful protests have been recorded Monday in the occupied town of Dakhla, following the announcement of the death of Saharawi political prisoner, member of the Saharawi Association Against Torture, Hasnet El-Wali, at the local military hospital.
The occupied city of Dakhla has become under an unprecedented state of siege since the early hours of Monday, following the death of Sahrawi political prisoner Hasena Elwali Aleya.Saharawi political prisoner and human rights activist, Hasena Elwali Aleya, died Sunday night at a military hospital
The Polisario Front has condemned the “deliberate assassination” of Saharawi human rights activist Hasnet El-Wali in Dakhla, a town under Moroccan occupation, dubbing it a “cowardly, criminal act, said a communiqué by the Saharawi Republic presidency.
Saharawi presidency stressed United Nations’ responsibility over the occupied territory of Western Sahara, whose people are deprived of their right to self-determination, warning against “repercussions of Morocco’s occupation and repression,”