The newspaper, which qualifies the initiative as “innovating”, underlines that if it is welcome among the populations of the southern provinces, it also “interests" the Tindouf camps detainees who «hope for a different best future”.
Pointing out the difficult living conditions in these camps, the newspaper says that "all witnesses agree on that the fact that there is no freedom there and that no one can move or communicate freely".
Having mentioned that the Moroccan initiative was positively met by the UN Secretary-general, the United States, France, Spain, and was greeted by the Security Council, the newspaper notes that Morocco " has created new dynamism in order to leave the deadlock and provides a framework which +can serve as a basis to dialogue, negotiation and agreement".
Concerning the Maghreb, the newspaper thinks that an "agreement between Tunisia, Libya, Mauritania, Algeria and Morocco would give a political weight to the region and stimulate economies", adding that the "continuation of the conflict is likely to promote terrorism. Polisario mercenaries, who practise all type of trafficking, are getting closer to Al Qaeda ».