The Human Rights Solidarity confirmed that the release of suspects involved in serious mass violations such as the Abu Salim prison massacre does not assist in achieving national reconciliation in Libya.
Following violence towards refugees and migrants held in two detention centres in the Libyan capital Tripoli, Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders-MSF) announced on Tuesday that it will temporarily suspend its activities in Mabani and Abu Salim detention centres.
The Libyan Attorney General’s Office, in line with the Ministry of Justice and Judicial Police Apparatus, called for shutting down Al-Huda prison in Misrata city and transferring the inmates to another facility over violations of human rights.
Families of war prisoners captured by Hafatr’s militias during the recent offense on the western region have pleaded for an immediate intervention by the government, the UN mission, and international and local organizations to release their sons detained in the eastern district.
According to the Feminists of Libya organization, Abeer Ahmed Omar Khalil, a Jordanian citizen, was taken by forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar after visiting her brothers in Benghazi.
A woman named Eftikhar Abu Draa has had her hands burnt at Kuwifia prison in Benghazi by elements loyal to Khalifa Haftar’s forces, reported the Head of Victims Organization for Human Rights, Nasser Al-Hawari.
Libyan human rights group appeals to GNU to intervene in securing release of Hanan Al-Barassi’s children
The Libyan Crime Watch appealed to the Ministry of Interior of Government of National Unity (GNU) to intervene immediately in the release of Ayman and Hanin Al-Abdali, the son and daughter of the assassinated female lawyer and human rights activist, Hanan Al-Barassi in Benghazi.
Major General Khaled Al-Mahjoub, the Director of Haftar’s Forces’ Moral Guidance Department, announced that 193 prisoners would be released from Grenada prison before Eid Al-Fitr.
The President and members of the Presidential Council met with Ms Halima Ibrahim, the Minister of Justice of the Government of National Unity, today in Tripoli.
Doctors without Borders (MSF) said one illegal immigrant was killed and two others were injured in gunshots fired inside a detention center in Tripoli.