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The recent declarations made by Mrs. Khadija Hamdi, the spouse of Polisario head, Mohammed Abdelaziz, to the Spanish newspaper “Levante” confirm the unrest reigning in the Algerian camps of Tindouf which came as a result of the interference of the Algerian authorities in the camps’ management and the restrictions imposed on leaving movements.

The news coming from the camps tell that the Dakhla camp is being under direct control of the Algerian constabulary which has replaced Polisario soldiers.

Some observers believe that these measures mark an end of confidence that the Algerian authorities had in Polisario, relating to all types of traffic practised by the separatists such as embezzlement of international aid funds, weapons and goods traffic and illegal immigration.

On the other hand, in front of the “haemorrhage” that the Tindouf camps have been suffering from and which is caused by the increasingly coming back of Morocco’s Sahrawis, the Polisario front has suspended leaving permissions.

This restriction measure constitutes an additional step in the squaring policy already existing in the camps, deepens the detainees’ sufferings and aggravates the dramatic and inhuman conditions in which they live.

However, the detainees have not yet lost hope to get freedom and come back to homeland in order to contribute to the socio-economic development of the country under the reign of autonomy in the southern provinces which was initiated by HM the King Mohammed VI.

The Autonomy project that Morocco will submit to the United Nations in order to put an end to the Sahara conflict has brought about a particular interest in the UN General Assembly. A number of countries have declared that they wait for the submission of the project which constitutes, according to them, a realistic alternative to a definitive solution for the Sahara issue and an approach which is totally in line with the right to self-determination and the United Nations charter.
 

 

 

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