Saturday, March 11, 2006

SADR 30 Anniversary

Mr. Abdelaziz: the Saharawi people reject the autonomy proposed by Morocco
Tifariri (liberated territories), 27/02/2006 (SPS) "The Saharawi people reject, totally and in the details, this idea of autonomy", proposed by Morocco, which "can not pretend to have the right to talk on behalf of the Saharawis", the President of the Republic, Mohamed Abdelaziz, declared in his speech on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the proclamation of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, on Monday in Tifariti.
Mr. Abdelaziz noted that the Moroccan preposition is "a complete contradiction to the UN's Charter and to the tens resolutions of the UN's Security Council", adding that it can lead the region to "dangerous deterioration and insecurity with unforeseen consequences ".
The Head of the State, also stressed that the commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic by Saharawis in the liberated region of Tifariti, is a clear "message" to the international community and to affirm that "any solution to the conflict of Western Sahara passes by the respect of the will of Saharawis, and thus the respect of their inalienable right to self-determination through a free, just and impartial referendum".
President Abdelaziz, further recalled that the Saharawi population in the occupied territories of Western Sahara, who "opted for peaceful, civilised and democratic uprising" against the Moroccan colonialism, advocate only to exercise their right to self-determination as enshrined in the UN's Charter.
This uprising "is an irrefutable proof on the failure of any approach that aim to deny to the Saharawi people their right to freely elect on their independence", he said. (SPS)
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