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Sahara independence “is nor viable”, Canaries paper
8/4/2008

The independence of the Sahara is not viable and only autonomy "would make progress in resolving a conflict" that has lasted for over 30 years, said Sunday, the Canary Islands newspaper "La Provincia."


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Call to change UN Personal Envoy for Sahara is 'illogical', Al Hayat paper
7/28/2008

The call to change the Personal Envoy of the UN Secretary-General for the Sahara, Peter van Walsum, is "illogical", said Arabic-language daily "Al-Hayat", deeming that it would result in attempts to "remove an international mediator every time he is not appreciated by one of the parties."


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The autonomy initiative in the Sahara is « a logical solution » (Jordanian daily)
7/24/2008

The Moroccan autonomy initiative in the Sahara, as part of the national sovereignty of the Kingdom, offers « a political prospect and a logical solution” to an old conflict of more than 30 years, writes the Jordanian daily “Al Ra'i”


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The Polisario has no other choice but to accept the Moroccan autonomy project (Lebanese writer)
7/8/2008

The Polisario could never create an independent State in the Sahara and has no other choice but to adhere to the autonomy project for the southern provinces of Morocco, has stated the Lebanese writer and political scientist, Khair allah Khair Allah.


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A new entity would expose the Maghreb region to fragmentation (Algerian journalist)
7/4/2008

The Algerian journalist writer, Mr. Anwar Malek has estimated that the  creation of "a new entity in the Maghreb region would expose it to the emergence of countless other entities", adding that the Sahara issue "is a first step towards the erosion of the Maghreb region known for unity and cohesion between its peoples, who were behind liberation from the yoke of the occupants. "


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