An article entitled "The triumph of legality " , recently published by " Primicia " says that this fact has resulted in the announcement in late 2013 by several countries to withdraw their recognition of so-called SADR, including Haiti , Panama , Paraguay and Mauritius.
"In fact, everyone realized that the so-called SADR is not a sovereign political entity in terms of international law," the newspaper said , adding that " this entity has neither territory nor population let alone a sovereign political power".
Stressing the fact that Colombia was one of the first Latin American countries to withdraw its recognition of the puppet entity, "Primicia" says that countries that have withdrawn their recognition of the so-called SADR support the international law at the time of the negotiation process initiated under the UN auspices.
The daily paper added that "in geopolitical terms, this wave of withdrawals within a regional context marked by the ongoing crisis in the Sahel threatens the stability and security of the entire region."
Citing several reports, " Primicia " refers, in this regard, to the involvement of the Polisario separatists in " jihadists " actions in the Sahel.
"Any speech about a micro-state has no credibility ," noting that " any change in the geopolitical balance will only worsen the situation and increase threats in the region."
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