terça-feira, 7 de outubro de 2008

A Moroccan party asks to enable the Saharawi people to enjoy their inalienable right to self-determination


The main Moroccan party of opposition, Enahdj Edemocrati (the Democratic Path) reiterated its position in favour of the Saharawi people’s right to self-determination as guaranteed by the international legality.

The SG of Enahdj, Abdallah Elharifi, declared that "the position of his party is based on the respect of the peoples’ right to self-determination", adding that his party "opposes the Moroccan official position that affirms that the unity of Morocco stretch out from Tangers to Senegal", he declared in an editorial published in the party’s October edition Magazine.

"In 1981 in Nairobi, Morocco recognised Western Sahara’s right to self-determination and rejected it later on", the Moroccan politician added, asking why "did Morocco accepted the division of western Sahara with Mauritania” in 1975 if it was really a Moroccan territory.

Mr. Abdallah estimated that the solution of the conflict "must pass through the international legality, starting from the Saharawi people’s right to self-determination », stressing that the current negotiations between the two parties to the conflict, Morocco and POLISARIO Front, must reach a peaceful solution.

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