Nordic human rights NGOs are focusing their attention on Moroccan Sahrawis living peacefully in Morocco, while they turn a blind eye to the situation of an entire population victim of polisario abuses in the Tindouf camps.
The Swedish Social Democratic Party Congress, to be held on April 8-12 in Göteborg, unanimously rejected on Sunday a motion proposed by a few members to recognize the pseudo "SADR", a diplomatic source said.
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Following the official announcement made by Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström on Friday that Sweden has no intention to recognize “Western Sahara” as a State, Moroccans all over the world have found “comfort” in the Scandinavian country’s position.
Swedish Television News reports that it has sources saying Sweden will not recognize Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) .
The president of the Spain-based Association of Sahrawi women for democracy and human rights, Aicha Rahal, expressed Monday in Rabat, total rejection of “any exploitation of the goodwill of the Swedish people to encourage separatism,” alluding to the recent offensive against the Moroccan Sahara...
Stockholm - Moroccan MP Rkiya Eddarham and member of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan affairs (CORCAS) Lahcen Mahraoui were expelled from a meeting on the Sahara, held on Thursday at the Swedish parliament, in a blatant biased gesture by the organizers.
Deux sahraouis, le militant associatif et membre du Corcas Lahcen Mahraoui et la député Rokaya Derham ont été interdits de parole et expulsés du Parlement suédois, alors qu'on a déroulé le tapis rouge à la séparatiste Aminatou haydar.
Swedish officials reaffirmed their neutrality over the Sahara issue and their support for the talks process brokered by the UN to reach a mutually acceptable political settlement for this regional dispute, said members of the delegation of Moroccan parties visiting Stockholm.
A delegation of Morocco’s major political parties, including: the Party of Justice and Development (PJD), which heads the coalition government, the National Rally of Independent (RNI) Party of Authenticity and Modernity (PAM) and the Constitutional Union (UC) flew to Sweden last Sunday.
Hundreds of Moroccans from different Scandinavian countries staged, Saturday in Stockholm, a march to underline that “Morocco’s territorial integrity is a red line that cannot be crossed.”
Tobias Billstrom, Deputy Speaker of Swedish Parliament, pointed out that his country supports the ongoing UN process to achieve a political settlement of the so-called Western Sahara conflict.
Algeria and the Polisario are holding their breath waiting for Sweden to recognize the self-proclaimed Sahrawi Arabic Democratic Republic (SADR). They have every reason to feel nervous about what might happen.
Moroccans living in Scandinavian countries are planning a sit-in outside the Swedish Parliament (Riksdag) on October 10, to protest against Sweden’s position on the so-called Western Sahara.