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Monday, October 21, 2019
Written Press

Polisario’s agony is currently an "irreversible fact", even if there are those who try to deny it, wrote Saturday Canarian newspaper "El Dia".


In an article by the journalist Ramón Moreno, the daily stresses that "prospective analysis of the evolution of events in Algeria, the main actor of all that is happening in the region conducts to a scenario which is not at all favorable to the Polisario, adding that "the last card left in the hands of the movement’s leaders was to cynically denounce alleged violations of human rights in the Sahara."

According to the publication, Polisario, "despite the huge sums of money given by Algeria, was defeated on the battlefield and now at diplomatic level at the UN, the largest political forum in the world".

The current economic crisis in Europe has also caused "in the ranks of Polisario a chaotic financial situation following the suspension by several governments and NGOs of their humanitarian aid (...), which often was not distributed to the population, and rather diverted for Polisario leaders".

The recent death of two Polisario officials in the Tindouf camps, in "strange circumstances" increased the sense of insecurity and uncertainty regarding the future of the so-called "Sahrawi cause," the newspaper added.

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