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Sunday, 04 September 2022
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The Association Maonah condemns the crime of executing Judge Mohammed Hamran after he was kidnapped from his home and holds the Houthi militias responsible for the crime and demands a fair trial for all those involved and instigators, and puts the UN Special Rapporteur on the Protection of the Independence of Judges and Lawyers in the picture of what happened.

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A Association Maonah for Human Rights condemned the heinous crime that killed Judge Mohammed Hamran, a member of the Supreme Court in Yemen, at midnight on Wednesday, September 1, 2022, and amid accusations by a Houthi media channel of inciting against him and deliberately targeting his life earlier.

In its statement issued today, the association considered that what happened to Judge Hamran is a crime of extrajudicial execution. But a blatant aggression against the Yemeni judiciary. The League accused the Houthi and Iranian militias of trying to overthrow the Yemeni judiciary and annex it to the infamous Iranian judiciary, destroy the current judiciary, and seek to assassinate its members using violence and other things, as happened in this crime.

The Assembly called on the international community to act quickly to protect Yemeni judges and lawyers from the crimes of genocide and systematic cleansing to which they have been subjected since 2015 until today, both from Houthi militias and other parties to the conflict. The Assembly also appealed to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the protection of the independence of judges and lawyers to document, monitor and investigate this crime internationally, prosecute all those involved, refer them to appropriate international mechanisms and help the Yemeni judiciary maintain its independence quickly.

Early on Thursday morning, September 2, members of Yemens Judges Club announced a full-out strike in all prosecutions and courts at all levels, with the exception of the court and the criminal prosecution, denouncing the crime, which they considered the result of the direct, repeated and systematic incitement of the identity channel, and the interventions of the name of the judicial system in judicial affairs.

A statement issued by members of the Judicial Club confirmed the comprehensive strike until "the trial and execution of the perpetrators in Tahrir Square," and "the closure of the identity channel and the submission of its director and Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi to trial on charges of prior incitement to the murder." In addition to abolishing the name "judicial system".

The statement called on employees of the judiciary in Sanaa to "disburse the full dues to judges without exception, and to change the leadership and members of the Supreme Judicial Council and the Judicial Inspectorate."

The Yemeni Judges Club had earlier expressed its condemnation of the attacks, by Irans arm in Yemen, against judicial staff, while threatening to call an emergency meeting, denouncing the inaction and silence of the Supreme Judicial Council, the Ministry of Interior and the political leadership on the abduction and killing of Judge Hamran and the lack of control over the perpetrators of the crime, which was These authorities are responsible for the speedy release of kidnapped judge Hamran, within forty-eight hours from his date, arresting the defendants of the crime and referring them to the Specialized Criminal Court, according to the text of the statement.

It is noteworthy that Judge Mohammed Ahmed Hamran was appointed in 2004 as a member of the Criminal and Personal Division for Appeal of Saada Governorate, and in 2009 as a member of the Criminal Division of the Court of Appeal in Sana'a and Al-Jawf governorates, then Deputy Chairman of the Judicial Inspectorate of the Court Sector in 2014, and a member of the Supreme .
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