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Saharawi Commission on Human Rights regrets the death of activist Bachraya Uld Hamudi

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Bir Lehlu (Liberated Territories), Feb 25, 2020 (SPS) - The Saharawi Commission for Human Rights considered the death of the political prisoner, Bachraya Uld Hamudi, a loss for the human rights defense movement.
The Saharawi Commission lamented the loss of the Saharawi activist. In that sense, he expressed in a statement released yesterday, his most sincere condolences and his solidarity with the family and friends of the deceased.
The deceased was born in Tantán in 1964. When he died he left five children. He is a person known for his love for the country and fights for human rights in the Occupied Areas.
He suffered arrest, torture and forced disappearance for more than 10 years. He was kidnapped by Moroccan repression forces on February 25, 1981 in the city of Tan-Tan.
The deceased made several visits to the Dignity Camps as part of Saharawi delegations of human rights activists from the Occupied Zones, the last of which was his participation in the work of the XV of the Frente POLISARIO Congress, which was held in the Liberated city of Tifariti in December 2019. SPS