USA West Sahara 

Biden must Reverse Trump’s Illegal Proclamation

“The United States of America should take a firm stand to support the peace process in Western Sahara instead of illegally taking sides and trading the people of Westen Sahara struggle in exchange for a strategic move.” Mulay Ahmed, SAUSA secretary, said today, following President Trump’s proclamation, recognizing Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara, in a blatant, dangerous violation of international law and inalienable right of the people and self-determination.

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West Sahara 

Western Sahara and the Guergarat War: End of Armistice or End of Impasse?

By Andrew Curtis On November 14, 2020, the Polisario Front declared an end to the ceasefire with the Kingdom of Morocco that the two parties had signed thirty years ago under the promise that a referendum for the self-determination of the Sahrawi people would follow (Paget and McCluskey). The Polisario Front is the Saharawi liberation movement and the sole representative of the people of Western Sahara. The organization was first formed as a resistance unit against the Spanish occupation of Western Sahara during the last half of the 20th century…

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Young Communist League Canada Canada West Sahara 

Communists condemn Morocco’s breach of ceasefire in Western Sahara

The Communist Party of Canada and the Young Communist League of Canada denounce Morocco’s recent violations of the 1988 ceasefire between the Moroccan army and the Polisario Front, the legitimate representative of the Sahrawi people. On November 13, the Moroccan army breached a roadblock in Guerguerat, in southwestern Western Sahara, that Sahrawi civilians had erected on October 20. The roadblock was to prevent Morocco from transporting fishery and agricultural products from the occupied Western Saharan territories to the Mauritanian port of Nouadhibou.

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