International Collective in Support of Political Prisoners of Djibouti.

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News International Committee for Support of Political Prisoners in Djibouti.

International Collective in Support of Political Prisoners of Djibouti

A large number of political prisoners, mostly untried, held in Djibouti in appalling conditions of hygiene and overcrowding.

The Republic of Djibouti is a country where democracy and respect for human rights have no place since national independence on 27 June 1977.

A large number of political prisoners languishing in the Central Prison Gabode, many without trial or held in custody in police cells and police.

President Ismael Omar Guelleh has amended the Constitution in April 2010 by a national assembly and subjected to monochromatic assume a third term as head of the country, opening the way for a life presidency.

These prisoners are students at the University of Djibouti, schoolchildren, college students, civilians arrested during sweeps in northern Djibouti, but also activists and party leaders Djiboutian opposition grouped in the UAD and the UMD, and FRUD.

The only crime of these citizens of Djibouti is daring to exercise their right to strike for students and pupils, their right to demonstrate for many activists of the opposition (especially during the great peaceful demonstration was called the UAD February 18, 2011), or simply to belong to the Opposition. Before and during these waves of arbitrary arrests, the regime has carried out extrajudicial executions and real acts of torture anywhere in the country to Djibouti city, the capital, Tadjoura and Obock north in the districts of Dikhil ( including Hanlé) and Ali-Sabieh South.

An international support for political prisoners of Djibouti was established:

– For immediate release of those arbitrarily detained;
– To stop the torture of prisoners to most;
– To request that Djibouti respects the legal instruments for the protection of minors, women, and against the torture he signed;
– To denounce the attempts to Djibouti to criminalize political opposition in Djibouti.

THE INTERNATIONAL COLLECTIVE IN SUPPORT OF POLITICAL PRISONERS OF DJIBOUTI

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LIST OF POLITICAL PRISONERS HELD IN DJIBOUTI

PARTIAL LIST

1) Mohamed Fahmi Adaweh
2) Farhan Daher Gan
3) Houssein Omar Elmi
4) Adaweh Robleh said Boo
5) Ali Saleh Barreh
6) Idris Abdi Aouled
7) Saddam Houssein Robleh
8) Lebanon Daoud Soubaneh
9) Mohamed Ahmed Djama said Nasto
10) Fahmi Abdi Obsieh
11) Mohamed Rirache Miguil
12) Hassan Mohamed Hassan
13) Hassan Ibrahim Abdoulfatah
14) Amin Ahmed Hassan
15) Abdi Omar Elmi told Germany
16) Omar Ahmed Ali
17) Abdi Osman said Indhabuur
18) Bogoreh Robleh
19) Abdi Samireh
20) Hawa Waiss
21) Mohamed Abdo Dabaleh
22) Mohamed Idriss Kabo
23) Ahmed Houssein Abdo
24) Abdillahi Yassin Kadir
25) Yacine Houssein
26) Said Houssein Robleh
27) Ali Idriss
28) Faisal Djama
29) Omar Daher
30) Aboucheh Abmoule
31) Omar Mahamoud Okieh
32) Abdillahi Ismael
33) Mohamed Kamil
34) Ali Nouho Houmed
35) Hadi Mohamed Moussa
36) Abdi Said: National and international athlete
37) Farah Abadid Hildid
38) Houssein Ahmed Farah
39) Houssein Robleh Dabar
40) Aden Abdillahi Ali
41) Moustapha Houssein Abdurahman
42) Mohamed Ibrahim Waïs
43) Ahmed Mohamed said Jabha
44) Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim (brother Mahdi Ahmed died in prison)

THE COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF THE INTERNATIONAL GROUP

SYLVIE January, spokesman of the Coordination Committee of the collective international
Maki Houmedgaba;
Hassan Cher Hared;
Aicha Dabala;
Mohamed Moussa Ainaché;
Mohamed Doubad Waiss;

LOCAL DELEGATES OF THE COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF COLLECTIVE INTERNATIONAL
Djibouti: Jean-Paul Abdi Noel;
U.S. and Canada: Abdourahman Waberi;

LIST OF MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS OF THE COLLECTIVE INTERNATIONAL

DJIBOUTI:
UAD: Union for a Democratic Alternative (ARD, MRD, UDJ);
ARD: Republican Alliance for Development;
mRD: Movement for Democratic Renewal and Development;
U.D.J: Union for Democracy and Justice;
UMD: Union of Democratic Movements (PND and PDD);
P.D.D: Djiboutian Party for Development;
P.N.D: National Democratic Party;
LDDH: Djibouti League of Human Rights;

FRANCE:
FRUD: Front for the Restoration of Unity and Democracy;
ORDHD: Observatory for the respect of human rights in Djibouti;
AFASPA: French Association for Friendship and Solidarity with the Peoples of Africa;
ADD: Association for the Promotion of Democracy and Development;
UGUTA-toos;
CODED: Collective for Democracy in Djibouti;
WOMEN SOLIDARITY;

BELGIUM
FDP Forum for Democracy and Peace;
CDS: Djibouti Congress for Solidarity;

SWITZERLAND
UDDESC: Djiboutian Union on Economic Social and Cultural Rights;

CANADA
ADDC: Djibouti Diaspora Association of Canada;
ACSAO: Sports and Cultural Association of Ottawa Afar;
APDDP: Association for the promotion of democracy and human right;

LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE GROUP INTERNATIONAL PERSONALITIES
Abdurahman Ali Waberi, writer and intellectual;
Abdurahman Boreh, businessman and political figure;
Mohamed Moussa Aïnaché, former director of the RTD and political figure;
Mohamed Doubad Waiss, a spokesman for Europe of the Inter-UDT / UGTD;
Abdoulkader Mohamed;
Hassan Abdi Aden;

ORGANIZATIONS AND PERSONS SUPPORT GROUP INTERNATIONAL
SURVIVAL ASSOCIATION;
ARDHD: Association for the Respect of Human Rights in Djibouti;

Laurence Dawidowicz, Survival Paris;
Jean-Loup Schaal, president of the ARDHD;
Maxime Gremetz, member of the Somme;

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