In an interview Thursday by the Spanish news agency EFE, the two CORCAS members, participating from 31 May to 18 June alongside a high-level delegation in the works of the 14th session of the Council of Human Rights in Geneva, pledged that autonomy "will allow us to manage our own resources and our own development, but mostly it will be something of extreme importance to find reconciliation between all Sahrawis, which is essential."
For Saadani Maoulainine, the development of the southern provinces is the "best evidence" of benefits conferred by the autonomy plan. It is also one of the reasons for the "massive returns of Sahrawis who illegally abandoned camps in Tindouf," says Moulay Ahmed M'Ghizlat.
"The project gives confidence to Sahrawis in in the Tindouf camps and the diaspora. Those who came were able to see the progress made and see development" of the southern provinces. "A reality that contradicts the propaganda spread by Polisario, according to Saadani Maoulainine.
Having qualified as "untenable" situation of Sahrawis sequestered in " Tindouf camps in Algeria, where human rights are violated," Miss Maoulainine insisted that "autonomy is the only viable and sustainable solution that will enable the reunification of all Sahrawis.
For his part, Moulay Ahmed M'Ghizlat urged States and non-governmental organizations to exert pressure on Algeria to stop exercising control over Polisario, and allow "the reunification of Sahrawis”.
CORCAS delegation takes part in the works of the 14th session of the Council of Human Rights which runs from May 31 to June 18, in order to highlight the achievements of Morocco's human rights particularly in the Sahara region and highlight the credibility and seriousness of the Moroccan initiative to grant enlarged autonomy to the Kingdom’s southern provinces.
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