March 23, 2023

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After human rights appeals .. Activist agrees to send “Semen” to Primary in Tankiers Masters – Al-Amak Al-Maghrib


Al-Amak newspaper has learned that the Tangier’s Court of First Instance has approved a request made by lawyer Mohd Rocky, a lawyer who is a supporter of activist Fatima Zahra Woolf Beloid, to be offered the opportunity to pass the oral exam in the entrance exam for the postgraduate course. Sociology education at Ibn Dofil University.

Newspaper sources revealed that the court decided to give the detainee a chance to pass the oral exam remotely tomorrow, Saturday, following a human rights call to allow the detained activist to continue his university path and win the competition.

Fatima Zahra, an activist for human rights organizations and coordination, has launched a wide-ranging campaign with Old Beloid, who is pursuing a case of arrest of Tangiers, allowing her to pass an oral exam to enter a postgraduate course at the university. Kenitra, tomorrow, Saturday.

Fatima Zahra Old Beloit, nicknamed “Semen”, passed the postgraduate “Sociology of Education” writing exam at Ibn Dofil University in Kenitra, where she was shortlisted for Saturday’s oral exam tomorrow. .

In this regard, the group “Coordinating the Women’s World Parade in Morocco”, “The Moroccan Women Against Political Detention”, and “Roddy, Raisoni, Monjib and Supporting All Victims of Violation of Freedom of Expression in Morocco” called for the release of “Semen” in several languages ​​to qualify for the Masters competition. It will be too late.

Last Monday, a Tangier court decided to adjourn the trial of public prosecutor Old Beloit to December 13 in a case of arrest on charges of “treason and incitement against the operator.” To do wrong. “

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The Department of Defense arrested an activist named “Semen”, the first complaint of a union leader involved in the struggle, following his participation in protests against the decision to restrict the age of working in the education sector, based on two complaints against him. Against Drugs, and by the Dean of the Second Tangiers Law Faculty.

According to similar sources, the leader of the aforementioned Friday, in which “Seaman” was active, decided to pursue him on suspicion of “stealing clothing belonging to a civil society organization active in the fight against drugs”. The law faculty decided to pursue her on suspicion of “entering the university, inciting people to gather and preventing her from studying”.