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Morocco: Free Facebook Commentator

(Beirut) – Moroccan authorities should free an entrepreneur who was sentenced to two years in prison in violation of his right to free speech and review his conviction given its abusive nature, Human Rights Watch said today. An appeal of Soufian al-Nguad’s conviction is underway and continues on February 11, 2019.  Expand Soufian al-Nguad, from his Facebook account.  © 2018 Private A court of first instance in Tetouan, a city in northern Morocco, sentenced al-Nguad, 29, co-owner of a real estate agency, to the prison term and a fine of 20,000 dirhams (US$2,000) for inciting people to…

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