PUSL.- Polisario Front proclaimed the constitution of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic on February 27, 1976, a day after the last Spanish presences left the area. Overnight the territory passed from Spanish hands to Moroccan and Mauritanian hands. Mauritania signed its peace agreement with the Polisario front in 1979, renouncing its rights over the Saharawi territory and the Organization of the African Union and different countries have recognized the new republic. However, Morocco, instead of doing the same, annexed the part to which Mauritania resigned and continued with the occupation.
To this day a part of the Saharawi people suffers a harsh repression in their own country at the hands of the Moroccan invader, another part survives in the Saharawi Refugee Camps in the Hamada near Tindouf. But the spirit of the founders of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic is still alive in each and every Sahrawi who daily struggle so that their cause does not fall into oblivion and so that once and for all justice is done.
LONG LIVE THE POLISARIO FRONT !!!
FREE SAHARA !!!
PUSL.- The VIII Congress of the National Union of Saharawi Women (NUSW), which took place in the wilaya of Ausserd in the Saharawi refugee camps, on February 23-25, under the theme “Together we march towards victory and liberation” was a platform to raise awareness of the Saharawi cause and to inform foreign participants about the experience of the Saharawi State in various fields.
The participants discussed the strategy and policy for the work of the Union for the next four years, as well as the election of a new Secretary General and members of the Executive Board.
A large number of foreign delegations participated from Africa, Europe and Latin America, including Spain, Italy, Cuba, Namibia, South Africa, India, Mozambique, Portugal, Slovenia, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, Brazil, Mexico, delegates from Arab countries such as Egypt and Syria and delegates from various international women’s organizations, such as the International Women’s Federation, the International Women’s March, the Portuguese Democratic Women’s Movement and the Madrid Women’s Network. Read more
PUSL.- On February 25, 26 and 27, the 1st Conference on University Cooperation with Western Sahara takes place in the Saharawi Refugee Camps on the occasion of the celebration of the anniversary of the International Seminar of Universities where the founding of the University of Tifariti was proposed .
The University of Tifariti is an institution under the Ministry of Education of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), and is located in Tifariti, in the liberated territories of Western Sahara.
The Conference aims to contribute to the development of the Tifariti University by jointly reflecting on the challenges of universities in the near future, expanding cooperation relations and South-South and North-South academic dialogue, and defining a strategy of university cooperation that leads to its definitive consolidation. Read more