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Tuesday, June 28, 2022
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The Algerian military intelligence launched, Saturday a campaign to disarm a number of militiamen belonging to the Polisario group during a series of search operations in the camps of El Jebha, Algeria.

Assabah Arabic-speaking daily, which reported the story said, citing informed sources that these operations carried out following reports by the Polisario head, Abdelaziz Al Marrakchi, about the "disappointment and anger" among the Polisario militiamen because of low salaries and the deterioration of the social conditions of the camps populations. 
 
The Polisario is a separatist movement that enjoys Algeria's full support. Since 1976, the movement has been laying claims to Morocco's southern provinces, known as the Sahara, which the country had retrieved a year before under the Madrid Accords. 
 
Several dailies have recently run stories about the intervention of Algerian officials to find a solution to the division among the Polisario, and soothe the explosive situation in the Tindouf camps, southwestern Algeria, following the uprising of Sahrawi citizens. 
 
According to the papers, which cite informed sources, the Algerian authorities has recently dispatched a member of Algeria’s National Liberation Front and former official at the Algerian official paper “Al Moujahid” to the camps of the so-called Wilayat Dakhla in the Tindouf camps, to calm down the situation following the popular uprising that broke out on Sunday by a group of Sahrawis.

 

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