Sahrawi President Ghali urges AU to stop Morocco’s attempts to undermine Constitutive Act

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President of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), Brahim Ghali urged the African Union (AU) to stop Moroccan attempts to undermine the organization’s Constitutive Act.

 

“Since Morocco’s accession to the AU we have witnessed repetitive attempts to undermine the AU Constitutive Act and the unity of that organization by ignoring its decisions,”  said Ghali in an address read on his behalf by the President of the Sahrawi National Council, Khatri Addouh at the launch, Thursday, of the campaign “Carmma” at the Saharawi refugee camps, calling on “the AU to take firm measures against such behavior that reflects a contradictory and dangerous attitude “.

The Saharawi President hailed the decisions taken at successive AU summits, expressing “his full availability” to enter into direct negotiations between SADR and Morocco to resolve their conflict”.

Meanwhile, Ghali said that the efforts of UN Personal Envoy Horst Kohler have made significant progress through the appeal of both sides to the conflict, the Polisario Front and Morocco, and the invitation of two neighboring countries, Mauritania and Algeria, to attend a meeting scheduled for Geneva in early December.

He urged the International Security Council to assume its responsibility by imposing the implementation of its decisions aimed at hastening the process of decolonization of the last colony in Africa, and to allow the Saharawi people, like other peoples and colonized countries to enjoy its right to self-determination and independence.

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