Urgent action: Opposition leaders denied medical treatment (AI)

aiAI – Olbana Lelisa and Bekele Gerba are being denied medical treatment. The two men, political opposition leaders and prisoners of conscience, are reported to be ill in Kaliti prison, Ethiopia. Olbana Lelisa’s friends believe his condition may be life-threatening.

Several months ago Olbana Lelisa and Bekele Gerba were moved from Ziway prison south of Addis Ababa, to Kaliti prison on the outskirts of the capital city, reportedly after a doctor in Ziway referred the two men for hospital treatment.

However, since the transfer, the men have been denied access to a hospital. It is not clear what is wrong with the wo men as they have not access to a full diagnosis. Continue reading –>

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3 Responses to Urgent action: Opposition leaders denied medical treatment (AI)

  1. Kibrom

    April 26, 2014 at 10:09 AM

    To Urgent action writer : please update the Name of the Minister of Ministry of Justice of Ethiopia. Mr.Birhane Hailu is not in position as you leveled in this format of appeal. Double check, please.

  2. Abebe G.

    April 27, 2014 at 3:09 PM

    Unbalanced excess desire followed with insanity.

    It is “OPPOSITION WANNABE SYNDROME” mental case disease,such sickness can not be curred by medical doctor or modern medicine but self meditating and self evaluation, such examination and meditation best done in prison in silence. Such persons should not be released since they may become public danger zone.

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