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PUSL.- CODESA sent a letter to the United Nations Security Council on 27 October, detailing the multiple violations of international law and human rights to which the Saharawi population is subject due to the Moroccan occupation.
In the letter, they call on the Security Council to “urgently intervene to pressure the Spanish government, which is administratively, legally and historically responsible for the decolonization of Western Sahara, to assume its responsibilities to empower the Saharawi people in the right to self-determination and pressure the forces of Moroccan occupation to comply with United Nations resolutions and end their occupation of Western Sahara. ”
MINURSO is also mentioned in this letter from CODESA, which regrets the negative role of this Mission, which is unable to protect the Saharawi population or fulfill its mandate:
“Although the Saharawi people remain firm and faithful to their right to self-determination and sovereignty over their natural resources and territorial integrity, at the same time they are surprised by the negative role of the United Nations Mission to Organize the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO), which failed to protect Saharawi civilians from crimes against humanity committed by Moroccan occupation forces or to fulfill their political and humanitarian missions, which should have been completed in 1992, as stipulated in UN Security Council Resolution 690 issued on April 29 . “