Misurata: Protesters complain about ill-treatment of Misurata forces injured in Sirte clashes
A group of media and social activists organised a sit-in in front of the Martyr’s Auditorium in Misurata downtown to complain about the bad treatment that the injured forces of Albunyan Almarsous are receiving in Algerian and Tunisian hospitals.
The protesters held slogans urging the Government of National Accord and the Presidential Council to bear responsibility to provide the injured fighters, who got wounded in clashes against ISIS in Sirte, with the necessary and decent treatment, raising condemnation sounds for both the GNA and the Algerian and Tunisian hospitals for the ill-treatment they practiced on the wounded.
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