Brahim Ghali and his Algerian guardians owe more than 45,600 euros to the Spanish health system

Brahim Ghali and his Algerian guardians owe more than 45,600 euros to the Spanish health system
Brahim Ghali and his Algerian guardians owe more than 45,600 euros to the Spanish health system

Brahim Ghali, leader of the Polisario Front, was hospitalized in April 2021 in an establishment in Logroño (northern Spain) for forty-four days. His entry “fraudulent» into the country with a false passport and without filling out “ordinary requirements», all with the complicity of a few ministers subsequently expelled from the Spanish government after a reshuffle. This incident caused a serious diplomatic crisis between Rabat and Madrid which lasted several months.

Brahim Ghali, who had contracted the coronavirus, was unable to survive and “exceed the critical state” only thanks to the competence of Spanish doctors. However, he left Spain after his hearing by the Spanish courts in the context of complaints against him for “torture” And “genocide”and this without paying the costs of his care: 45,658 euros, a figure put forward by La Razón (general Spanish daily, Planeta group).

Ghali fled Logroño on a plane “civil” belonging to the Algerian presidency. The aircraft entered Spanish airspace before turning around “order of military air traffic controllers”. The leader of the Polisario remains the target of two complaints, the first for “illegal arrest, torture and crimes against humanity”, committed in the Tindouf camps, in Algeria. The other was filed by the Sahrawi Association for the Defense of Human Rights (ASADEDH) for “genocide”, “assassination”, “terrorism”, “torture” Or “disappearances”committed again in the camps run with an iron fist by the Algerian soldiers.

The plaintiffs, who demanded the confiscation of his passport and his pre-trial detention, were unsuccessful.

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