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Reporters sans frontières déplore le verdict rendu par la cour d’appel de Salé (près de Rabat), le 27 mars 2012, concernant la peine de Walid Bahomane. Le net-citoyen, condamné en première instance à un an de prison pour “atteinte à la sacralité du roi” sur Internet, a vu sa peine prolongée de six mois. Il passera donc dix-huit mois en prison.
Le 14 mars dernier, la cour d’appel de Taza (nord-est) a maintenu la condamnation d’Abdelsamad Haydour à trois ans de prison ferme, pour le même chef d’accusation.
L’organisation dénonce deux procès expéditifs et inéquitables. Ces sentences particulièrement sévères contribuent à renforcer l’autocensure des net-citoyens.
Le Maroc a perdu trois places dans le classement mondial de la liberté de la presse 2011/2012, et se situe désormais au 138ème rang.
Shortly after breakfast, Khaled al-Hamedh left his home to buy medicine for his four-year-old brother, who had a fever. He never came home.
Several hours later, family members laid him to rest in the garden of nearby al-Serjawi mosque, a bullet wound in his back and his body crushed by a tank.
The Committee on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families, acting under its mandate to monitor the implementation of the Convention, is alarmed by the armed conflict and by the violent response to the popular uprising in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya since February 2011, as well as by the disastrous consequences of this situation for the enjoyment by all migrant workers and members of their families of their civil and political as well as economic, social, and cultural rights.
Amnesty International today called on the USA to investigate how much US officials knew about the torture and other ill-treatment of detainees held by Iraqi security forces after new evidence emerged in files released by the Wikileaks organization on Friday.