Nonviolence Calls for Investigations into Poor Conditions of Prisons in Morocco

Nonviolence Incorporation published a statement, calling for independent investigations into the poor conditions of the prisons in Morocco. Here come some parts of this statement:

“Nonviolence Incorporation, Freemuslim Association has received reports of the inhumane and appalling conditions of prisoners in Morocco. Therefore, this human rights organization calls for independent investigations to examine the truth of these reports and enlighten the public opinion on this matter. It is reported that more than 4600 prisoners in Morocco, who suffer from mental illnesses, are held in custody on political charges. Nonviolence Incorporation warned of the serious violations of human and social rights in Morocco, should the reports about the prisons in the Kingdom of Morocco be true. Thus, this organization calls on the international community to take quick and responsible measures and see into these reports.”