SADR reiterated its call during its participation in the 67th ordinary session of the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR), whose works started Monday and will be held until 3 December.
In this respect, representative of the Sahrawi Republic and coordinator with ACHPR Widad Al-Mustapha presented a paper in which he reported, to ACHPR’s members and representatives of national institutions and civil society, the latest developments on the Sahrawi cause.
The Sahrawi official started his speech by broaching the new situation imposed by the Moroccan occupier because of the violation by the latter of the ceasefire agreement, through its military aggression on 13 November against Sahrawi civilians and the opening of new breaches in the wall of shame, obliging the Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army to intervene to protect the defenseless Sahrawi citizens at the level of the illegal breach of El-Guerguerat.
While attributing to Morocco the full responsibility of repercussions of its ceasefire violation, Widad Al-Mustapha called on the United Nations (UN) and AU to intervene urgently to end the colonization of the last colony in Africa.
The Sahrawi Republic’s representative welcomed AU’s historic role in accompanying and supporting the fair Sahrawi cause, demanding “to take tougher measures in the face of the brazen violation by the Moroccan Kingdom of the constitutive act of the African organization.”