Morocco has experienced successive bitter defeats

Algiers,June 11, 2021 (SPS) -  The ambassador of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to Algiers Abdelkader Taleb Omar affirmed Thursday that the Moroccan system has experienced “bitter defeats,” the last one was within the Pan-African Parliament (PAP), after Western Sahara was elected vice-president of regional group for North Africa .

In a statement at the end of the audience granted by the Speaker of the Council of Nation Salah Goudjil to the Sahrawi parliamentary delegation, Taleb Omar underlined that “the Sahrawi parliamentary delegation has come to extend its thanks and respect for the speaker of the Council of the Nation for his personal efforts and those of the Algerian parliamentary group, and his contribution to achieve this result, by adopting the right path likely to enable PAP to organize itself and to conform to the rules governing the African Union, like alternation and the representation of regions without exception.”

“By returning to AU, the Moroccan system wanted to freeze the position of the latter vis-à-vis the Sahrawi issue, and even hindering its actions and changing its positions, by sowing discord, nevertheless its attempts failed, like that aimed at changing the position of the European Union, Spain and Germany and bringing the new American administration, chaired by Joe Biden, to adopt the same position as the former American president with regard to the Sahrawi issue.”

For his part, vice-president of North Africa Geopolitical Group at PAP Djamel Bendir affirmed that the meeting was an opportunity to review the developments of the Sahrawi cause and the novelties recorded at the level of PAP. SPS

 

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