Mothers of abductees call on president to release their sons held in secret prisons in Aden

Mothers of abductees call on president to release their sons held in secret prisons in Aden


The mothers of the abductees in Aden province on Tuesday appealed to the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister to bring joy to their hearts with the advent of Eid al-Adha, by releasing their sons and relatives who are hidden and forcibly detained in Adan prisons.

This was the first time that the association of mothers  of abductees was held in front of the judicial compound in the provisional capital of Aden.

At the vigil, the Association called on the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Interior, the Minister of Justice, the Attorney General and the Head of the Judicial Inspectorate to reveal the fate of dozens of forcibly disappeared people in the province's secret prisons.

The statement called on the participants in the vigil to release those who were issued release orders by the public prosecutor's office, and to speed up the adjudication of the cases of the detainees of Bir Ahmed prison by holding trial sessions.

The statement which Al-Masdar source obtained a copy of it referred to meeting of the mothers of the detainees with the president of the Supreme Judicial Council, and make complaints and demands, stressing that the judicial official expressed his response to them and his interest in the issue of the hidden and forcibly detained.

It is worth mentioning that dozens of abductees and forcibly disappeared, held by pro-Emirati forces in Bir Ahmed Aman prison for months, and the prison administration refuses to release those released under the orders of the prosecution, while the files of the detainees have not been transferred to the courts and the judiciary.


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