August 2019

National Secretariat holds an extraordinary session under the chairmanship of POLISARIO´s SG

Chahid El Hafed, August 21, 2019 (SPS) - The National Secretariat of the Frente POLISARIO meets today in an extraordinary session under the supervision of the Secretary General of the Frente POLISARIO, the President of the Republic, Mr. Brahim Gali.

Following the session, the National Secretariat will issue a statement addressing the various themes to be discussed.

President, Brahim Gali, congratulates his Uruguayan counterpart on his National Day

Bir Lahlou, August 21, 2019 (SPS) – The President of the Republic, Secretary General of  Frente POLISARIO,  Brahim Gali on Tuesday congratulated his Uruguayan counterpart, the President, H.E Tabare Vazquez, on the occasion of his country's Independence Day, which was a long and difficult journey for freedom and independence.

POLISARIO´s Delegate to Spain urges EU countries to take measures against the expulsion of observers from the occupied areas of Western Sahara

Madrid (Spain), August 20, 2019, (SPS) - The representative of the Frente POLISARIO in Spain, Jira Bulahi Bad, has expressed her strongest condemnation of the Moroccan regime's policies and the blockade imposed on the occupied areas of the Western Sahara,  preventing access to the territory of journalists and international observers .

Polisario’s Representative in Australia: “maintaining status quo in Western Sahara is dangerous for the region, costly for the UN and the US”

Washington D.C. (USA) 20 August 2019 (SPS)- Polisario Front’s Representative to Australia and New Zealand, Mr. Kamal Fadel, considered in an opinion published yesterday on the Wall Street Journal, that maintaining the status quo in Western Sahara, as Morocco wishes, is dangerous to the region and costly to the UN and the US and the international community at large.

US Professor rejects Moroccan propaganda about Saharawi State’s viability and calls for Saharawi right to self-determination

Washington D.C (USA) 20 August 2019 (SPS)- American Professor Joseph Huddleston published an opinion yesterday on the Wall Street Journal, contradicting Moroccan propaganda that claims Saharawi State is unviable, and calls for enabling the people of Western Sahara to exercise their right to self-determination.

SADC 39th Summit calls on international community to meet aspirations of Saharawi people

Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania) 18 August 2019 (SPS)- The 39th Ordinary Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) called, in its Final Communiqué Today, on the international community to meet the aspirations of the Saharawi people.

President of Republic observes start of new agricultural season in wilaya of Smara

Smara (Refugee Camps), 18 August 2019 (SPS) - President of the Republic, Secretary General of the Frenete POLISARIO, Brahim Ghali, has observed the launch of the new agricultural season 2019/2020 at the regional farm of the wilaya of Smara, Saharawi refugee camps.

During the process of reclamation and preparation of the farm soil, the President of the Republic examined samples of agricultural experiments for production of forage.

39th SADC Summit: Namibian President asserts Western Sahara is decolonization issue

Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), August 17, 2019) - Namibian President and former Chairman of the Southern African Development Community (SADC), Mr. Hage Geingob, affirmed in his speech at the opening session of the 39th SADC Summit in Tanzania that the issue of Western Sahara is a decolonization issue and the right of self-determination of the Sahrawi people.

Mauritanian President pays tribute to President of Republic’s participation in his inauguration ceremony

Nouakchott, August 15, 2019 (SPS) - Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Sheikh Al-Ghazwani paid high tribute to the personal presence of the President of the Republic, Secretary-General of the Frente POLISARIO, Mr. Brahim Ghali, and his participation in his inauguration ceremony on August 1st.

Africa’s Last Colony (by DAVID KEENE)

Morocco continues to stonewall on the human disaster it has created in Western Sahara, and John Bolton is not the only U.S. official unwilling to ignore the problem any longer.

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