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HR Minister calls UN to press for release of forcibly disappeared
[26/11/2017 05:48]

Minister of Human Rights Mohammed Askar has called on the UN and the whole international community to press the Houthi-Saleh rebel militias to release the scores of peaceful activists they abducted and forced into disappearance over the course of their rebellion since they seized power by force in 2014.

In a meeting with the Chairwoman of the Abductees' Mothers Association, Amat al-Salam al-Haj in Aden on Sunday, Askar acquainted al-Haj about the Prime Minister Ahmed bin-Daghr's issued directives to the government to pay an amount of YR 149 million as salaries to the families of 2483 forcibly disappeared further to the previous payment of a similar amount.

He pointed to bin-Daghr's recent proposal to the rebels through the ICRC chief to swap prisoners unconditionally, an attempt that bin-Daghr made and the rebels refused.

Askar condemned the Houthi-Saleh militias' torture of the activists in their jails to the point of death.

He praised the abductees' mothers fight and perseverance for the freedom of their children in the rebels' jails promising to keep working to alleviate the suffering of the families of the abducted and disappeared.

Al-Haj called on the international community and the UN to press the rebel militias for releasing the forcibly disappeared saying their children are subjected to horrific abuses in the rebel militias' prisons.

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