Prosecution Releases Al-Salman and Al-Khamees after Questioning Them over 2 Separate Assembly Cases, Summons Al-Demistani

نضال السلمان
نضال السلمان

2016-11-15 - 10:17 م

Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Public Prosecution released two human rights activists after questioning them over two separate assembly cases.

The prosecution summoned member of Bahrain Center for Human Rights Nidal Al-Salman and member of Bahrain Human Rights Society for interrogation today.

The prosecution interrogated Al-Salman over Diraz assembly case. Meanwhile, it questioned Al-Khamees over A'ali assembly case.

Earlier this morning, the authorities released the opposition leader Khalil Al-Marzooq after questioning him over Diraz assembly case.

The prosecution also summoned on Tuesday (November 15, 2016) the former president of Alba and vice president of the (dismissed) Bahraini Nursing Society, Ibrahim Al-Demistani for interrogation before the prosecutor tomorrow at 9 AM.

The Bahraini authorities have launched since June the worst campaign since the Saudi and Emirati forces entered the country to crush democracy-demanding protests in March 2011.

Bahrain Forum for Human Rights said that summoning activists by the Prosecution, and convicting them with charges, is a means to "justify" the travel ban imposed on them; a measure that received harsh criticism from the United Nations and Washington.

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