Latin American human rights NGOs and civil society associations denounced the serious human rights violations committed by Polisario in Tindouf camps in flagrant violation of international humanitarian law and human rights.
In a statement issued Monday to the MAP, the Global Africa Latina Foundation, bringing together cultural and academic actors from several Latin American countries and Socpinda organizations in Mexico, Urban Civil Association of Mexico, organization of human rights of the State of Oaxaca, Committee for World Peace and the Rights of Municipalities of the Dominican Republic and Corporation of Education in Peru, denounced the climate of terror imposed by Polisario in Tindouf, where "Saharawi women, victims of inhuman treatment, are sequestrated and deprived of the most basic freedoms".
"Women kidnapped and held against their will in Tindouf camps by Polisario are deprived of their rights as women and the opportunity to realize their dreams and ambitions and forced to submit to a cause without future", deplores this NGO collective, saying that "Sahara is a Moroccan territory and must remain under Moroccan sovereignty".
The Kingdom of Morocco is today the only State in the region capable of fully fulfilling its role in the fight against terrorism, drug trafficking, human trafficking and cross-border crime in the Sahel region. organizations, which express their support for the Moroccan Sahara while rejecting the harassment and false information conveyed by separatists.
"We are talking about a regrouping (of populations) and not a nation because this one does not exist, the virtual SADR is installed on the Algerian territory, where the totalitarian entity has made its puppet republic", underline the signatories of the communiqué, adding that the other irrefutable proof of the non-existence of this entity is that there is no seat at the UN reserved for SADR.
"Whoever claims to represent this entity at the UN is just another activist who must register as other militant petitioners, academics, observers, consultants and journalists, who take part in the sessions of the 4th Committee of the UN, as well as the Human Rights Council in Geneva ", according to the same source.
"We do not consider, in any way, the viability of this separatist project of a totalitarian organization, sponsored and financed by another nation with explicit interests," say these Latin American NGOs, noting that Algeria is sponsoring, financing and offering billions in contributions to Polisario because of its claims over this territory to have an opening on the Atlantic.
Algeria "uses Polisario and fuels hatred and separatism", denounce these organizations, which express their support for the efforts aimed at a solution to this conflict, within the framework of the Moroccan autonomy plan which they describe as "modern and efficient proposal".
They also expressed their support for the UN Security Council resolutions reaffirming the "pre-eminence" of the Moroccan autonomy plan which constitutes "the reasonable and appropriate way" for a lasting political solution to the sahara conflict.
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