The atrocities and crimes committed by Spain during its dark colonial period are still haunting the colonizer and its countless victims such as Moroccan Sahrawi resistant Mohamed Bassir, hero of the Laayoune historic uprising of June 17, 1970.
An expeditious hearing for charges worthy of the Nuremberg trial, no attention paid to the victims either on the part of the public prosecutor or the national court (national audience) judge, without forgetting the icing on the cake: the non-indictment of Brahim Ghali, the main accused in at...
The Canario-Sahrawi Forum, an association which brings together citizens of the Moroccan Sahara and the Canary Islands, expressed, on Friday, its "strongest disapproval" of the handling by the Spanish justice of the case of the so-called Brahim Ghali, leader of the separatists of the Polisario...
The leader of the Polisario militias, the so-called Brahim Ghali, prosecuted for serious genocide crimes, torture and terrorism, appeared on Tuesday by videoconference before Santiago Pedraz, judge of the National Court (the highest Spanish criminal court), according to judicial sources.
The U.S. decision to recognize the sovereignty of Morocco over the Sahara obliges the other parties to resume negotiations to reach a solution within the framework of the sovereignty of Morocco, underlines, Monday, Spanish daily newspaper "ABC".
Members of Podemos, a political party in Spain, have signed a letter submitted by MEPs calling on US President-elect Joe Biden to drop the recognition of Morocco’s sovereignty over Western Sahara.
The Basque Nationalist Party (PNV) stressed on Wednesday that the Polisario must understand "what is possible and what is impossible" to reach a solution to the Sahara issue.
The position of Spain on the Sahara issue "remains unchanged" because it is a "state policy", said Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, EU and Cooperation, Arancha Gonzalez Laya.
Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, EU and Cooperation Arancha Gonzalez Laya said that her country is calling for a "political and just" solution to the Sahara issue on the basis of the UN parameters.
The Spanish government has reiterated that its position on the Sahara issue has not changed, noting that this "very clear" stance is defined by the Foreign Ministry and the Presidency of the Government.