Rights group: 15 detainees start hunger strike in Aden

Rights group: 15 detainees start hunger strike in Aden

Alsahwa Net- The Abductees’ Mothers Association (AMA) has said that 15 detainees have started a hunger strike in Aden in protest of not releasing them.

In a statement, AMA demanded the competent  authorities to swiftly release the detainees, pointing out that the authorities had ordered to release them.

AMA  staged  protests  in the city of Aden during the past months, demanding to unveil the fate of their sons and relatives who have been abducted and forcibly disappeared for more than two years.

The mothers demanded to release those persons who the general prosecution issued orders to release them and refer the others to the prosecution.

They appealed to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) to intervene and put pressures on the authorities which still hold their relatives.

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