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A police officer about to be killed and a civilian woman threatened in Laayoune by CODESA members July 20, 2010

Posted by saharanews in Uncategorized.
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A police officer about to be killed and a civilian woman  threatened in Laayoune by CODESA members

Some very credible sources of www.infosahara.com said that the police officer who was stabbed by a CODESA member two days ago is in a serious situation at the hospital of Laayoune, to the south of Morocco.

Similar sources said that the police officer was fairly doing his job while supervising a group of people demonstrating without any permission before the house of one of the members of the last group which had visited Tindouf and Algeria where they have met officials of both parts.  The police officer and his colleagues had to intervene to defend the demonstrators against other citizens who are against the action of the group of people who visited Tindouf and Algeria but suddenly the officer was surprised to be stabbed by a member of the CODESA which is deemed to be a human rights organization.

About five years ago, another member of the same CODESA had broken into a women’s barber shop in Laayoune and burned al of it leaving the female owner in a mysterious situation. The woman, who had complained about that incident, said that she is still being threatened by some persons linked to the same CODESA to do it once again if she did not close it for ever and leave the city of Laayoune where she had lived for her lifetime.

All these events put into question the work and existence of CODESA members in Laayoune and more especially their awareness of the global human rights principles.

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