A young man who was held in hereditary slavery in western Mali and six people who were violently wounded have been charged this week with what they consider to be their masters, witnesses said Friday (October 1).
Although these facts officially abolished slavery in 1905, they shed light on the fact that hereditary slavery prevailed in various parts of Mali. At birth, their condition spreads in a hereditary way. Violence against these people since September 28 has resulted in the death of a young man in Tamora in the Gays region, a few dozen kilometers from the Senegalese border. “There were seven injuries, but this morning (Friday), young Diego Cissே died without treatment.“A young resident of Tamora was contacted by AFP.”The other six injured are there. A lot of them lost their old blood“, He added.
The videos, which have been circulating on social media, show children being tied up and abused by those armed with knives and knives. “We want to get rid of it, but it’s not easyYaara Kolipali of the Association Against Domination and Slavery told the AFP. According to him, the videos show “Revenge organized by village chiefs and so-called nobles. ⁇They attack our parents as soon as the parties decide to organize popular celebrations“, he said. “This should not continue, and we will fight against this hereditary slavery and all forms of domination.Mamati Kanuda, another resident of the village, condemned the silence of the public and regular officials.
Gender groups arrived at the scene Friday morning, according to Pudola Tour. Human rights organizations have expressed their anger. National Human Rights Commission (CNTH)Very serious concern“Before She Presented”RiseSuch acts in the region. He called on the government. “Do everythingWe must put an end to it and bring the perpetrators and their accomplices to justice. As part of that, the Human Rights Defender’s Movement (MSDH) calls on officials. “Stop for the better these interim practices that undermine basic human freedoms and threaten the stability of the country.
In July, UN experts called on Mali to prevent such attacks, saying it would injure twice as many people in 2021 as in 2020. Their reaction took place on July 4 when residents of the village of Makatoku in the Kayes region tried. To prevent people who consider themselves slaves from working in their fields.
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