Sunday, January 01, 2006

SADR's President addressed a letter to Saharawi Prisoners

Bir Lehlou (liberated territories), 31/12/2005 (SPS) The President of the Republic, Mr. Mohamed Abdelaziz, addressed a moving letter to the Saharawi political prisoners, Saturday, on the occasion of the celebration of the festivities of the new year, reiterating them "the oath to pursue the legitimate struggle for freedom and independence".

In a letter he addressed to a list of 55 Saharawi political prisoners, illegally incarcerated by the Moroccan Government after the peaceful popular uprising of the Saharawi population in the occupied territories of Western Sahara and South Morocco against the Moroccan colonialism, the President of the Republic expressed his solidarity and unconditional support to the "heroes" of the peaceful struggle of the Saharawis for independence.

While the peoples of the world are celebrating with joy the end of a year and are dreaming of a better new year, "the sights of the Saharawis are fixed, with sadness, on the sinister cells and Moroccan colonial detention camps, such as the Black Prison in the occupied capital of our country, El Aaiun, as well as in other prisons in Moroccan cities of Ait Melloul, Tiznit, Qenitra and elsewhere", the Head of the State wrote.

On another hand, Mr. Abdelaziz regretted the stubbornness of the Moroccan Government, which pursues "its colonial repressive practices in the Western Sahara", making this "happy international event full of sadness, repression and terror" for the Saharawi people in the occupied territories of Western Sahara and south Morocco.

Addressing 55 Saharawi political prisoners by their names, the President of the Republic assured them the support of the Saharawi people, who "can but bow down before the greatness of your resistance and struggle in defence of our sacred national rights to freedom, self-determination and independence, while preparing to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the constitution of its Saharawi Republic". (SPS)



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