Security forces in helmets and uniforms, together with plainclothes officers, charge protests held in commemoration of Brahim Saika, a leading activist of the movement of Sahrawi unemployed who died while holding a hunger strike in detention. The protests were organized to take place 100 days after Saika's death on April 16. Chaos can be seen and heard in the street, as is appears that several demonstrations have been broken up by security forces, and activists run away from them. At 2:15, a plainclothes officer (he is seen earlier with a group of uniformed police) tries to shove a man standing in the traffic median away, and the man resists.
25/07/2016https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87qhmbTIxGYLaayoune, Western SaharaFreedom of Expression & AssemblyPolitical Prisoners / Detention & Torture / Missing PeopleEconomic RightsBrahim SaikaEmploymentLaayounePolice InterventionProtesthttps://www.facebook.com/DCHS.sahraoui/posts/891766767590861https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99yPTmhYQGk