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24 May, 16:49

PARIS - Two days ahead of Algerian president Abdelmajid Tebboune's visit to Italy, with stopovers in Rome (May 26) and Naples (May 27), the NGO Riposte Internationale has urged Italian authorities to raise the issue of arbitrary convictions and the respect of human rights in the country. In a statement, the NGO denounced in particular "violence of Algerian power against opponents and the peaceful population", as well as the "masked murders of detainees" convicted for "crimes of opinion in Algerian prisons"."These are parameters we would like the Italian government to consider in its future cooperation with Algeria's totalitarian regime", said the Paris-based NGO, highlighting in particular the death "under particularly obscure conditions of a detainee for crimes of opinion, Hakim Debazi, in the jail of Koléa"."This very grave precedent must not remain unpunished", warned Riposte Internationale, calling for an international investigation.Hakim Debazi, 55, the father of three children, was arrested on February 22 in Hadjout for his posts on social media. "Like hundreds of other detainees - accused the NGO - he is the victim of the regime's arbitrary power. Riposte Internationale believes that both the management of the prison of Koléa and protection authorities must take responsibility" for this death. The objective of an investigation that is "impartial consists first of all in establishing responsibilities in this type of tragedy", continued the NGO, urging the international community to "demand the cessation of torture, arrests and arbitrary convictions" in Algeria as well as the "unconditional release" of all those detained for political reasons and for their opinion.

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