Female relatives to detainees appeal again for saving lives of abductees in Aden
6/1/2020 7:23:00 PM
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Alsahwa Net- The Abductees’ Mothers Association said on Monday that their detained relatives in Aden face a slow death as the city has been infested by several epidemics including the Covid-19 with acute power outage.
The spread of fever infections has been already confirmed in Bair Ahmed Prison where large number of the illegal detainees is confined.
The association which advocates for rights of the arbitrary detainees and forcibly disappeared people, said that officials of the Bair Ahmed Prison deliberately worsen conditions of the prison by reducing quantity and quality of the food for the detainees.
It said that the arbitrary detainees in Bair Ahmed Prison plan to begin a full hunger-strike protesting mistreatment being inflicted on them.
It held the de facto authority of the prison accountability to safety of the detainees.
It appealed to international organizations and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to assist efforts at immediate release of all arbitrary detainees.
The separatist Southern Transitional Council (STC) militants who seized Aden last August hold hundreds of civilians in captivity for being suspected political dissidents to their rebellion.