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Morocco/Western Sahara/Algeria Human Rights in Western Sahara and in the Tindouf Refugee Camps H U M A N R I G H T S W A T C H

  • Page 2 and 3: Human Rights in Western Sahara and
  • Page 4 and 5: December 2008 1-56432-420-6 Human R
  • Page 6 and 7: Acknowledgments ...................
  • Page 8 and 9: Summary This report is in two parts
  • Page 10 and 11: Because Human Rights Watch did not
  • Page 12 and 13: an end to politically motivated con
  • Page 14 and 15: courts have generally imposed on Sa
  • Page 16 and 17: The absence of significant politica
  • Page 18 and 19: To the UN Security Council Recommen
  • Page 20 and 21: strengthen the protection of person
  • Page 22 and 23: Change its apparent posture of cedi
  • Page 24 and 25: Methodology Human Rights Watch cond
  • Page 26 and 27: Legal Framework Applied in this Rep
  • Page 28 and 29: its territory, 10 including in the
  • Page 30 and 31: Spain carried out the referendum, M
  • Page 32 and 33: over Western Sahara. 30 Polisario o
  • Page 34 and 35: The population figure for the camps
  • Page 36 and 37: [D]espite the level of cooperation
  • Page 38 and 39: Key Third Parties: The United State
  • Page 40 and 41: An additional $1,000,000 may be mad
  • Page 42 and 43: above other members of the EU’s
  • Page 44 and 45: Human Rights in Western Sahara This
  • Page 46 and 47: This section examines five trials a
  • Page 48 and 49: Defense lawyer Bazaid Lahmad of El-
  • Page 50 and 51: Naf’i as-Sah and Abdallah al-Bous
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    the police had confiscated three Mo

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    streets until he reached a well-lit

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    Sahrawi activists at the Mohamed V

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    testify at the trial. The director

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    with them to their car. They had me

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    (At the trial, the prosecutor denie

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    The court announced its verdict aft

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    Haidar’s written statement, which

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    Despite these legislative measures,

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    deliberately spreading false inform

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    with their club. One of them took o

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    Chtouki told Human Rights Watch tha

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    The car stopped. When they removed

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    the journalist, and from his camera

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    and interrogations he underwent whi

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    Duihi, contacted on June 1, 2008, s

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    Police Detain and Beat Activists Br

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    suspected role in forming a crimina

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    notice informing them that their co

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    The police took each of us into sep

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    On July 23, I was brought before th

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    can use excessive force with impuni

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    According to all three participants

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    After looking into this matter and

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    y the police that will keep tension

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    statements after subjecting them to

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    having received the papers. The aut

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    violations. The FMVJ registered a b

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    This refusal to accept the FMVJ-Sah

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    5000dh (about US$700) fine. He rema

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    The problem with CODESA and the ASV

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    said he couldn’t risk losing his

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    constitutes a threat to public orde

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    him for several hours and prepared

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    Human Rights in the Tindouf Camps P

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    acknowledged that the Polisario Fro

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    To Human Rights Watch’s knowledge

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    In November 2007, Human Rights Watc

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    Justice Minister Selma acknowledged

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    Travel to Mauritania, Morocco, and

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    own daughter left the camps after s

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    Some Moroccan officials explained t

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    Travel to Destinations other than M

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    Baba Jouli intimated that the Polis

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    websites that are strongly pro-Moro

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    with no base. It has not emerged as

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    There are persistent allegations th

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    she resolved her problem with her f

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    to be arbitrarily detained. We are

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    Salem Ahmed Embarek, a 31-year-old

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    Building on the above findings, the

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    wanted to do something formal to sh

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    The Polisario argued that the host

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    Acknowledgments Eric Goldstein, res

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    Appendices Appendix 1: Letter from

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    y the court as 06 ق ما122 of Dec

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    We would welcome explanations from

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    1. The position of Morocco regardin

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    on Public Gatherings. Public assemb

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    4. The reasons for deporting a fore

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    judicial police seek to extend a de

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    8. Clarifications regarding the ref

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    ights conditions in our country, an

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    of which prompted the public prosec

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    Appendix 3: Letter from Human Right

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    November 2007, there had been no re

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    labor conditions constitutes traffi

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    Article 25: Each Sahrawi citizen is

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    marry her daughter to anybody, a ma

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    the Friendship Society, the return

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    Appendix 5: Letter from Human Right

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    your government has interpreted and

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    the Swiss Federal Council a Declara

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    We would appreciate information on

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    Appendix 6: Response from SADR Auth

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    We have no information pertaining t

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    society. All this is specified in t

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    consequence, a number of individual

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    the list of recipients of reparatio

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    or to identify a sheep, a cabinet,

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    Les autorités du Front Polisario n

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    jamais publié officiellement mais

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    Appendix 8: Purported Manumission D

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