I started my hunger strike because I was arbitrarily forbidden to go to France with my small family who have settled in France. Given all the stress that has been going on for years in Morocco, attending a one-day conference and especially to make the necessary analyzes, see the cardiology office that has been monitoring my condition for 17 years, as my situation has deteriorated a lot. Due to 20 days of hunger strike and imprisonment for several months. I would first of all like to warn national and international opinion, and also the authorities, because the authorities decide to strike and after leaving the hot potato in the hands of the judiciary, which does not know what to do with it. So she shoots up, she shoots up. But in the meantime, I can not take care of myself or live in Morocco, because my property is seized, my bank account is confiscated and this trial has been going on for six years. And I hope that the highest authorities in the country intervene against the will of the political police to give me back my rights.
Maâti Monjib, Moroccan journalist and historian
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