| the Moroccan initiative for the negotiation of an autonomy status in the Sahara is a "very serious proposal" to reach a political solution to the Sahara issue, said, here Wednesday, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration of Luxembourg, Jean Asselborn.More...|
|Western capitals, including permanent member countries of the United Nations Security Council, positively welcome the UN Security Council resolution on the Sahara and call for direct negotiations between the parties concerned to settle the three-decade old Sahara dispute opposing Morocco to the Algerian-backed separatist movement "Polisario".More...|
| The Moroccan initiative to grant substantial autonomy to its southern provinces -the Sahara- is "realist and generous" and is "undoubtedly a great step forward" to settle the conflict, writes the Spanish daily "Granada Hoy".More...|
|Nearly half of the 435-member of the U.S. House of Representatives have urged President George W. Bush to support Morocco's proposal to grant substantial autonomy to its Southern Provinces, the Sahara in a bid to solve the three-decade long dispute over the former Spanish colony.More...|
Maoulainain Ben Khalihenna: Autonomy is part of a comprehensive community-based project launched by His Majesty the King More...
Mr. Maoulainain Ben Khalihenna, Secretary-General of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, said the Moroccan autonomy initiative to the Sahara autonomy, is a bold proposal that responds to the aspirations of the Saharan population.