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Algerian national bodies and political parties reiterate their support for Sahrawi people’s right to self-determination.

Boumerdes (Algeria), 14 August 2023 (SPS) – Algerian national bodies and political parties reiterated their support for the Sahrawi people’s right to self-determination on Monday in Boumerdes (Algeria), denouncing the Moroccan-Zionist rapprochement that threatens the stability and security of the region.

Speaking at the closing of the Summer University of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) and the Polisario Front, held at the Faculty of Law and Political Science (in the Algerian province of Boumerdes), the President of the Supreme Youth Council (CSJ), Mustapha Hidaoui, emphasized the role of youth in continuing the solidarity action until the victory of the Sahrawi cause.

The President of the CSJ further stressed that future generations will never give up their support for the Sahrawi cause, as it is a central issue for Algeria, which has adopted supporting liberation causes worldwide as a consistent principle of its foreign policy since independence.

Meanwhile, the Secretary-General of the National Liberation Front (FLN) party, Abou El Fadhl Baadji, stated in his speech that the slogan of the Summer University, “Half a century of resistance… Determination to Assert Existence,” was the best response to the baseless allegations of Morocco, which claimed that the end of this cause would only be a matter of time.

He emphasized that the position of the Zionist entity regarding Western Sahara is “nothing more than a recognition coming from a usurping entity that attests to the Moroccan occupation of Sahrawi territories, but this decision, devoid of any legal, legitimate, and moral basis, will have no influence on the destiny of the peoples.”

“Due to the resounding failure it recently experienced, Moroccan diplomacy has resorted to buying consciences and haggling with a fictitious legitimacy,” he said.

As for the President of the El Bina Movement, Abdelkader Bengrina, he discussed the achievements made by the Sahrawi cause at the African, European, and international levels.

Regarding Europe, particularly in Spain, the President of the El Bina Movement stated that the betrayal of the Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, is now “another setback for the Spanish government, which is losing ground amid the rise of right-wing parties.”

He affirmed that Algeria’s election as a non-permanent member of the International Security Council will be “another platform to defend international legality and the legitimacy of the Sahrawi cause.”

In his turn, the President of the El Moustakbal Front, Abdelaziz Belaïd, expressed his party’s absolute solidarity with the Sahrawi issue, emphasizing that the latest international developments herald the victory of the Sahrawi question.

The representative of the Socialist Forces Front (FFS), Walid Zaanabi, for his part, affirmed that “the Sahrawi cause is a Maghreb and African issue that must be resolved at these two levels, under the auspices of the United Nations,” calling in this context for the Moroccan occupation to respect the principle of good neighborliness.

Source: Spsrasd