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Saturday, June 15, 2024
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 By deciding to return to Tindouf (southwestern Algeria) to support the Moroccan autonomy proposal for the Sahara, Mostafa Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud "calls the polisario's bluff," said the international weekly "Jeune Afrique" in its latest issue.



    This chief inspector of the "polisario's police," who "only claims the right to express himself freely to the inhabitants of Lahmada camps" is still in Mauritania because he is banned from joining the camps, the Pan-African Magazine added.

    "The man who left his wife and four children in the camps, now fears for his life," said the weekly. "My personal safety no longer depends on me alone, now it is the responsibility of the world," he said in remarks quoted by "Jeune Afrique".

    In Morocco, his fate "concerns all human rights associations," the Magazine noted, adding that Ould Mouloud's safety is a "difficult task given that the former policeman has not abandoned his suicidal plan to join the camps."

Source: MAP
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