Mrs. Saadani Maouelainin, representative of the international organization (Ocaproce International) in Morocco, recounted the suffering of children sequestered in Tindouf camps in the Algerian territory during a meeting at the United Nations in Geneva and children deported to Cuba.
Mrs. Saadani revealed systematic violation for decades by the Polisario Front including forced deportation of Sahrawi children to Cuba, forcing them to work, in homes, factories and camps military training and where they are subject to rape, violence and deprivation.
Mrs. Saadani also treated the suffering of the Sahrawi women in the camps, where they are oppressed against their will, challenging the international community to bring out the women and children sequestered in the Tindouf camps from the yoke of Algeria.
In this context, the Council member emphasized the autonomy project that the Kingdom of Morocco has put on the negotiating table under the auspices of the United Nations, a reasonable and workable solution that can bring out Sahrawis from camps to the motherland.
At this meeting, attended by seven members of the Council Princess Michelin Maco Dujoma, president of the Ocaproce organization for communication in Africa and promote international economic cooperation and its representative in the United Nations Office in Geneva, New York and Vienna, Professor Alfred de Sayas from the International Institute of diplomatic relations in Geneva and independent expert of the UN Human Rights Council in relation to issues of human rights and the international system and Altaf Houssine Wani from the Institute of International Relations in Kashmir and Mrs. Shogafta Ashraf, professor at the University Asad Jamou in Kashmir.
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