Firstly, a Maghreb coordination for the application of the Autonomy Plan in the Moroccan Sahara

Firstly, a Maghreb coordination for the application of the Autonomy Plan in the Moroccan Sahara

Libyans, Tunisians and even Algerians … Many North African politicians, intellectuals and associative actors have joined forces to create coordination for the application of the Sahara Autonomy Plan. An event held in Laayoune where one of the “stars” was the famous Algerian journalist and columnist Hichem Abboud. It testifies. They came, they were all there. … Read more

Sahara: the pitiful “clarification” of the Algerian regime in the light of the dry pruning of Madrid

Sahara: the pitiful “clarification” of the Algerian regime in the light of the dry pruning of Madrid

After suffering a serious reframing from Madrid following Tebboune’s insignificant remarks about Spain’s sovereign position in the Sahara, the Algerian regime is now trying to provide clarifications. A cumbersome back pedal, like a regime moving backwards. Once Algerian diplomacy hits rock bottom, it can not help but continue to dig. This is the least to … Read more

Forecast. A new cloud of Sahara sand is flying over France this Friday

Forecast.  A new cloud of Sahara sand is flying over France this Friday

So many episodes of a cloud of Sahara sand will cross France on Friday, May 20, 2022. The sandy dust will once again fly over southwestern France in particular, according to the Copernicus satellites, the European Union Earth Monitoring Program, taken over by The Parisian . This time, the sand in the Sahara is to … Read more

Sahara: Moroccan parliamentarians challenge EU over human rights abuses in Tindouf

Sahara: Moroccan parliamentarians challenge EU over human rights abuses in Tindouf

Kiosk360. In a letter to MEPs, members of the Morocco-EU Joint Parliamentary Committee drew their attention to the catastrophic human rights situation in the Tindouf camps. Explanations in this press review taken from the daily newspaper Al Ahdath Al Maghribia. The human rights situation in the Tindouf camps is catastrophic. Violations of human rights are … Read more

Sahara: when UN Resolution 2602 becomes a reference for the Algerian regime

Sahara: when UN Resolution 2602 becomes a reference for the Algerian regime

In the factual conflict it has created around the Moroccan Sahara, the Algerian regime seems overwhelmed by the events. So much so that, in his view, Resolution 2602, which he rejected almost half a year ago, has become a significant benchmark for international legality. Decryption. The European Union’s position on the issue of the Sahara … Read more

Moroccan Sahara | Europe is called upon to take a constructive stance

Moroccan Sahara |  Europe is called upon to take a constructive stance

Morocco’s ambassador to Portugal, Othmane Bahnini, called on European countries to step out of their comfort zone and take a constructive stance to end the artificial dispute over the Moroccan Sahara, highlighting the ‘very broad’ international support for the Kingdom’s territorial integrity. ” Today, support for Morocco’s territorial integrity and, consequently, for the autonomy plan … Read more

The Bishop of the Sahara Mgr John MacWilliam in the footsteps of Charles de Foucauld

The Bishop of the Sahara Mgr John MacWilliam in the footsteps of Charles de Foucauld

To see him sitting in an armchair here in Rome, in the General House of the African Missions, one assumes that he is a little far from home. Bishop John MacWilliam has lost the habit of the Roman collar he wears today, as well as the silver breastplate that hangs around his neck as a … Read more

Macron and the Sahara, the inevitable recognition

Macron and the Sahara, the inevitable recognition

Today, the question plaguing all Franco-Moroccan political and economic decision-making centers is the following: What is preventing Paris from officially recognizing Morocco’s sovereignty over the Sahara? This question is all the more relevant as, long before American recognition, French diplomacy was among the most active internationally in defending the plan of autonomy that Morocco had … Read more

the Sahrawi camps, a state in exile

the Sahrawi camps, a state in exile

“The desert is magical for tourists, but this desert was not created to live there.” Yahia Buhubeini hurries into his office to escape the harsh rays of the sun, which this October are still hitting the large courtyard of the Saharawi Red Crescent (CRS), of which he is the director. All around, the horizon is … Read more

the Belgian Committee of Support for the Moroccan Autonomy Plan launched

the Belgian Committee of Support for the Moroccan Autonomy Plan launched

Belgian personalities with different backgrounds took the initiative in Brussels, the capital of Europe, to launch a support platform for the Moroccan autonomy plan in the Sahara. The presentation to the Belgian, European and international press of the “Belgian Autonomy Support Committee for the Sahara Region” (COBESA) took place on Thursday in the “Press club … Read more