Sahara Press Service (El Aaiun)

6 January 2013

Morocco: Polisario National Secretariat Holds Its Fourth Ordinary Session

Chahid Al Hafed — National Secretariat of the POLISARIO Front held Saturday its fourth ordinary session to assess the second half of 2012 and put a road map for the first six months of the new year, as underlined by the President of the Republic and Secretary General of the POLISARIO Front Mr. Mohamed Abdelaziz, during his speech on the occasion.

The session listened to a report presented by the National Secretariat Office on the recent developments, path of settlement and national action in general.

It also listened to a report by Follow-up Committee on its work and presentation of a plan for the commemoration of 2013 as the 40th anniversary of the founding of the POLISARIO Front and outbreak of armed struggle in Western Sahara.

The Office reviewed the most prominent achievements, praising the action of Saharawi masses, either in the Saharawi refugee camps, Diaspora or occupied territories, and their response to all national initiatives.

The session, held every six months, examined several issues and files including the 40th anniversary of POLISARIO founding, national merits scheduled for the New Year, as well as main stations and activities planned in the 2013 government's programme, according to agenda of the session.

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