In an analysis written by Martha Chavez, writer and former speaker of the Peruvian parliament, the daily Expreso notes that "Polisario forces the populations of the Tindouf camps to live in inhuman conditions and deprives them of the right to move out of these camps, without basic services or job opportunities ".
The daily notes that Sahrawis of the southern provinces enjoy full rights, and adds that Morocco allocates enormous resources to ensure development and promote autonomy of these regions.
Expreso also referred to the misue of humanitarian aid to the Tindouf camps, which had been revealed by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), asking whether this was not the reason for the refusal Algeria to respond to the repeated calls by the United Nations to carry out a census of the population living in these camps.
"Unfortunately, since the beginning of the conflict on the Moroccan Sahara in the 1970s, Algeria has intervened systematically, supporting a puppet entity that does not have the three constituent elements of a State, namely people, territory and power ".
The author also highlights the Constitution adopted by Morocco in 2011 and respects ethnic, social and religious diversity, noting that Morocco is a true ally for world peace, at a time when humanity is facing the threat of terrorism disguised under the veil of religious belief.
-News on Western Sahara issue/ Corcas-