Moroccan Police in Tifelt arrested the mother and two siblings of the Saharawi political prisoner Mohamed Al Amin Haddi after they declared they were carrying out sit-ins in front of the Tiflet 2 prison demanding to visit Mohamed Al Amin.
A special unit of the police arrested Mounina and the two children and took them to the police station. At this moment Équipe Média lost contact with them. The reasons for their arrest are not yet known.
The General Delegation for Prison Administration and Reintegration published yesterday a statement claiming that it allowed the family to visit Mohamed Al Amin on the condition that they complied with the preventive and precautionary measures against COVID-19, whereas the family said there actually was no discussion, no condition. The prison administration was procrastinating and preventing them from visiting their son who has been on a hunger strike for 50 days. And that the alleged discussion by DPAR was actually a threat and a menace as the family posted a video showing the moment when a prison guardian told them they were not allowed to visit Haddi