MOHAMED VI REITERATES HIS UNWILLINGNESS TO RESPECT THE DECISIONS OF THE UN FOR A REFERENDUM IN WESTERN SAHARA
PUSL.- In his throne day speech, Moroccan King Mohamed VI stated regarding Western Sahara that “Morocco remains resolutely and earnestly committed to the political process, under the exclusive aegis of the United Nations Organization” but in the next paragraph contradicts this statement immediately by reiterating that “the way to achieve the desired settlement can be none other than through Moroccan full sovereignty and within the framework of the autonomy initiative”.
Once more Morocco makes it clear, the King and its entourage are determined to continue the occupation of Western Sahara, which they invaded in 1975. The cease fire agreement as well as all decisions of the UN are not something to be taken in account and the only “negotiation” that is valid for Morocco is to throw out all decision of the UN , the International Court, the African Union and the Court of Justice of the European Union and implement the “autonomy plan”. Morocco does not want to respect what it signed and for some reason this seems not to bother the UN and specially the Security Council.