13 December 2012

Morocco: Secretariat of Political Branches of Polisario Front Recorded Satisfaction to National Outcome In 2012

Shahid Alhafed — the Secretariat of political branches of the Polisario Front has recorded satisfaction to the outcome of national action during the year2012 and the success of several stations such as the congress of the Saharawi Workers, the political conferences, the martyr Alwali's military competition, local cultural festivals, the seminar of dialogue between religions and others , in a press release concluded its second ordinary meeting held on Tuesday under the chairperson of Secretary General of the Polisario and President of the Republic Mohamed Abdelaziz.

It recorded many other victories "appreciating the Swedish Parliament's decision to recognize SADR and positions of all states, political parties, organizations and personalities who show solidarity with the Saharawi people and it's just issue"

The meeting studied "serious situation in the occupied territories of Western Sahara, southern Morocco and the universities in the light of the blind escalation of repression and abuse that committed by Moroccan occupying forces against Saharawi defenseless during their peaceful demonstrations,"

It condemned " Moroccan brutal practices , military and media siege that imposed on the occupied territories and illegal looting of Western Sahara's natural resources" ,calling on the United Nations to " assume it's responsibilities in protect rights of citizens of territory under its direct responsibility"

The meeting insisted to make the year2013 "which is the year of 40th anniversary of foundation of the Polisario Front, full of national comprehensive effort in framework of strong and hard national unity under leadership of the Polisario Front to achieve the national goal of independent state on its entire national soil."

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