Sahara Press Service (El Aaiun)

8 November 2012

Morocco: President of Republic Condemns Expulsion of International Observers

Bir Lehlu ( Liberated Territories) — President of Republic and Secretary General of the Polisario Front has condemned the expulsion of 22 international observers from occupied territories by the Moroccan authorities of occupation "in clear attempt to avoid any witness for its barbaric repression against the Saharawi defenseless citizens", in letter to the UN Secretary General, Ban ki-moon .

The President has called on UN Secretary General to take all urgent measures to end this illegal and immoral situation through lifting the siege imposed over Saharawi occupied territories and allowing free access for the international observers

The President recalled that 'Morocco, since it ivasion in 1975, pursued a method of the absence of witnesses and commit heinous crimes in the darkness, away from the media and international observers"

Moroccan occuoation authorities have expelled by force 18 Spanish and 4 Norwegian international observers from occupied Al Aiun.

The international observers are 04 Norwegians and 18 Spaniards.

Sahara Press Service

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