The International Day of Victims of Enforced Disappearance reminds us of the suffering of the families and relatives of victims of enforced disappearance in many countries of the world, and in Yemen, these families still endure daily, non-stop suffering as they search for the fate of the victims, taste the bitterness of loss and deprivation, remember them, and live in the hope of their return.
We at Mayyun Organization for Human Rights commemorate this occasion; We renew our stand with the victims of enforced disappearance in the world and Yemen and our full solidarity with their families and relatives Yemeni men and women have the right to know the fate of their relatives who have been forcibly disappeared by the various parties to the conflict, and we affirm in this context that revealing the fate of the victims and releasing them represents a goodwill gesture that builds trust between the parties to the conflict and paves the way for a lasting, just and sustainable Yemeni peace. hio
We also take this to call on the Yemeni Parliament to ratify the Convention against Enforced Disappearance and the Rome Statute in accordance with Cabinet Resolution No. (127) of 2013 regarding the ratification of the International Convention against Enforced Disappearance referred to Parliament for ratification, and Cabinet Resolution No. (128) of 2013 regarding Ratify the agreement establishing the International Criminal Court, which was referred to Parliament for ratification.
Issued by Mayyun Organization for Human Rights
August 30, 203