Retreat of the warriors.
A blog for constructive and intelligent views about the Western Sahara issue regardless of how do you define it.
The transition from school to a job isn't easy. Being busy, I couldn't update the blog for weeks, but here is a good occasion to do so. The Western Sahara Foundation is hosting an event for Sahrawi children at the Congress tomorrow. Registration is required and the room will be filled with Western Sahara fans. A demonstration is also planned at lafayette Park at noon.
The same thing happens with both parties supporters. Don't be surprised when reading about the subject if you find that the original text of the ICJ Advisory Opinion is largely cut to reflect only one position or to try to influence readers.
“The Security Council,
The difference between situation Nr 4 and the present is that all sahrawis will be living under the same frontiers, there is no secret number of refugees, or a controversy about their status (refugees or imprisoned). They are free, on their land, all together and from all the tribes. They have the power then to seek what they want and make the world a witness of it.
I know that this idea will be rejected by many people. Actually, it may scare both Morocco and Polisario. Morocco because if sahraouis don't like the autonomy system, the kingdom may end up with a revolt from inside and in front of the whole world. And Polisario leaders because Sahrawis may end up liking life under the Moroccan flag.
That was my contribution to restart my temporarily idling blog.
During the 61st U.N General Assembly, the 4th committee has adopted on Friday the 13th, a new resolution on the Western Sahara issue. The resolution ends with an invitation to the U.N Secretary General to submit a report about the implementation of this new/old resolution...next year.