Morocco's supporters must review their unjust positions towards Saharawi people

Oran (Algeria), May 1, 2016 (SPS) - Prime Minister of Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) Abdelkader Taleb Omar, on Sunday, urged all those who support Moroccan regime, especially France, to review their unjust positions towards Saharawi people.

In an address at a ceremony marking the Labour Day, whose official celebration has taken place in Oran (432-km west of Algiers), in the presence of Algerian and Saharawi ministers, Taleb Omar said Morocco and all those who support it, mainly France, has to assume responsibility for the standoff and the hindrances to the efforts made by the United Nations to reach a fair solution to Western Sahara issue, calling them to review their unjust position towards Saharawi people.

The Saharawi premier said France, which stands as an obstacle to the implementation of UN resolutions, must assume its historical responsibilities over Saharawi people's tragedy and suffering.

He called the international community to speed up the return of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) to organize a referendum on Saharawi people's self-determination, inviting UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon to ensure the required resources for MINURSO to resume its mission.

Abdelkader Taleb Omar urged the European Union to side with the international legitimacy concerning Western Sahara issue.

He invited it to refer to European Court's latest decision about the trade agreement with Moroccans as well as to internation court's which denounce Morocco's attempts to plunder Western Sahara's natural resources under the pretext of investment. (SPS)