Sahara Press Service (El Aaiun)

28 February 2013

Western Sahara: Smara Holds Celebrations Commemorating Proclamation of SADR

Smara — The Wilaya of Smara held on Wednesday the national festivities to commemorate the 37th anniversary of the proclamation of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) with presence of President of the Republic , secretary general of the Polisario Front Mohamed Abdelaziz and an important Algerian delegation leads by deputy speaker of the Algerian Parliament JIlali Kneiber, in addition to members of the Governments and Parliaments as well as high cadres of the state and the Polisario Front.

The celebration which coincides with the local cultural festival of Smara started by inauguration of the traditional camp by President of the Republic which reflected by traditional tents (Jaimas) the entire Saharawi heritage in food ,economic ,marriage celebrations, clothes and the life of the Saharawi society in war and in peace.

The celebrations continued by parades reflect accomplishments of the SADR in education, health, administration and public services in addition to special show performed by the special forces of the Saharawi liberation Army.

In his speech on the occasion the Algerian delegation renewed the position of Algeria to support the Saharawi struggle for self-determination and freedom, explaining that this position of Algeria has been expressed by the Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika and Algerian Government ,Algerian Parties and all Algerian People.

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