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The repressive forces incite the alleged settlers (who are Moroccan encouraged by the Kingdom – that have invaded the Sahara with the pretension that is placed in the registry for a future referendum for self-determination) to delve into the Saharawi neighborhoods to loot their houses, destroying them, in addition to beating villagers. Prior to the assault Moroccan forces isolated the camp by cutting water and food, as well as disable the telephony. They even killed al – Nagem Saharan child and was buried in an unknown place. So there are no witnesses, as well as journalists Morocco prevented entry to Laayoune and camp to the Willy Meyer MEP and parliamentary Basques Nerea Antia and Mikel Basabe. Meyer said that with this visit we intend to appeal to the Moroccan Government so that it understands that the Sahrawi people is not nor will be never alone.

We are vigilant against each of the attacks against human rights that were being committed and voiceless them firmly to the European Union. The President of the RASD, Mohamed Abdelaziz, called to the Secretary general of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, the sending of a safety device for the protection of civilians Saharans in the occupied territories of Western Sahara. We ask urgently wrote – the sending of a safety device for the UN to Laayoune occupied within the responsibilities of the international organization in the Western Sahara, a territory that still does not enjoy the right to self-determination, to ensure the protection and security of the lives and rights of citizens Saharan to the brutality and violence of the Moroccan occupation forces.Such slaughter would have been prevented, if as asked the Sadr and several countries-the UN Security Council had accepted that the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) created in 1991 – will also have powers to monitor human rights, ordering that the cradle of freedoms, to support its ally Morocco although perform atrocities was vetoed by France.Morocco He invaded Western Sahara in 1975, despite the UN resolutions that the territory was in the process of decolonization of Spain which is still currently recognized by the UN as power manager – and, also, the Alaouite Kingdom threw overboard the historic ruling of the International Court of Justice in the Hague: the conclusion of the Court is that the materials and information presented to it do not establish any link of territorial sovereignty between the territory of Western Sahara and the Kingdom of Morocco or the Mauritanian entity. Therefore, the Tribunal concludes that it has not found legal ties of such a nature that they can affect the application of resolution 1514 (XV) of the General Assembly to the decolonization of Western Sahara and, in particular, the principle of self-determination through the free and genuine expression of the will of the peoples of the territory.No country in the world recognises the territorial sovereignty of Morocco on Sahara Occidental.