A delegation from the National Council for Human Rights (CNDH) went, this Wednesday, June 29, to the bedside of the wounded during the stampede resulting from the attempted assault by a group of sub-Saharans on the fence of Melilla. .
The injured are admitted to the El Hassani hospital in Nador, where they receive the necessary care, learned MoroccoLatestNews FR.
The medical staff who watch over their state of health, assured that they “benefit from good medical follow-up and that their condition is improving”.
The CNDH delegation, made up of Mohamed Laamarti, coordinator of the Eastern region of the Council, Mohamed Charif, president of the regional commission of Agadir, Abderrafie Hamdi, director of the observatory and the protection of man, Dr. Adil Shimi, doctor and member of the CNDH regional commission and Malika Daoudi, member of the Oujda regional commission, also went to the hospital morgue where the 23 remains of those who died during the of the assault.
Contrary to what had circulated, these victims have not yet been buried, pending the completion of the rigorous legal procedure.
It should be noted that the delegation includes the members of the fact-finding mission formed by the CNDH and charged with drawing up a report on this tragedy.
Last Friday, we recall, a group of no less than 2,000 sub-Saharans tried to force the closure of the enclave of Melilla, using unprecedented violence. A real arsenal of war, made of knives, clubs, iron bars, chains, stones, was found on the spot, and which leaves no doubt about the determination of the perpetrators of this misdeed.
It should be noted that this violent assault left 23 dead and 246 injured, including 170 in the ranks of the police.