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Monday, October 21, 2019
Written Press

The sequestrated population in Tindouf camps inside the Algerian territory are the first to suffer of  the Sahara conflict , writes the weekly magazine “jeune afrique” in its latest edition.


Asserting that the Polisario separatists  have never accepted an international census , the magazine  notes that these populations live for almost 40 years in a precarious conditions under the leadership of “  eleven times  re-elected leader   , of which the clock has stopped in the seventies, long before  the wind of human rights blows “.

The drift of several young sequestrated in these camps, between illegal immigration towards Europe and the jihadist attempt to Sahel region, is the sign of despair; do not claim the independence, but the respect and recognition of their specificity, which is guaranteed by the autonomy proposal in the Sahara”.

Recalling  that the referendum option was qualified “unrealistic” by the former special envoy of the UN  , Peter Van  Valsum , the magazine indicates that  Morocco has handed over in 2007 an autonomy plan  “ courageous, open and modular” which registers the Sahara future in the framework of decentralization and the democratic openness of the kingdom.

 The publication mentions  furthermore the closure of the land borders between Morocco and Algeria    despite the “ repeated proposals of the kingdom to open them” , indicating the commitment of his  Majesty the King to follow the process of autonomy ,  being  increasingly seen by the international  community as “ the only viable solution” to the Sahara conflict.

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