Paying compensations to victims of forced disappearance in Morocco is brave, activist
Morocco-Regional, Culture, 6/4/2001
Secretary general of the Arab human rights organization, Mohamed Faik, hailed as "brave and fair" Morocco's decision to grant compensation to victims of forced disappearance.
The Arab human rights activist who was talking at a conference held in Rabat on the phenomenon of "forced disappearance in Morocco" said it is necessary to avoid the repetition of this phenomenon, noting that the Arab World counts 1/3 of forced disappearance in the world.
The encounter, held by the Moroccan human rights organization (OMDH) and the German Friedrich Naumann Foundation was meant to set light of the one of the most important aspects of democratic reform. It also sought to start a serene dialogue between victims of forced disappearance and their families, on the one hand, and human rights organizations and other political actors on the other.
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