UNSG called upon about Tindouf sit-in crack down.Summary: Rabat Rabat (räbät`), city (1994 pop. 787,745), capital of Morocco, on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the Bou Regreg estuary, opposite Salé. - Saharan NGO NGO
Noun 1. NGO - an organization that is not part of the local or state or federal government
nongovernmental organization the League of human rights defenders in the Sahara wrote to the UN Secretary-General about "the acts of violence" committed against the Saharans who staged a sit-in in front of the polisario's secretariat general, near Tindouf in the Algerian territory.
Rabat - Saharan NGO the League of human rights defenders in the Sahara wrote to the UN Secretary-General about "the acts of violence" committed against the Saharans who staged a sit-in in front of the polisario's secretariat general, near Tindouf in the Algerian territory. AaAaAaAa In this letter, the NGO said the protesters' families contacted it to express their indignation in·dig·na·tion
Anger aroused by something unjust, mean, or unworthy. See Synonyms at anger.
[Middle English indignacioun, from Old French indignation, from Latin at the polisario's behavior which put human lives at risk, adding that the demonstrators were subjected to the worst forms of torture. AaAaAaAa These people were intimidated because they have peacefully voiced their refusal of the plans hatched up by the polisario, it said, underlining un·der·lin·ing
1. The act of drawing a line under; underscoring.
2. Emphasis or stress, as in instruction or argument. that the League reject in toto such acts which are taking place on a daily basis, whereas the polisario's executioners are presenting themselves to the public opinion worldwide as a movement that upholds the values of honesty, equity and human rights. AaAaAaAa Voicing its deep concern regarding these facts which are part of human rights abuses, the NGO holds Algeria responsible for the incident as being the host country bound by the international law to ensure protection for this population. AaAaAa The League recalled that this acts of violence against the Rguibat-Laayaicha tribe took place three days following the arrest of three Saharan peaceful opponents who were brought before a military court.
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