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Mr Khalihenna:  The plan is meant for Algeria and Polisario to escape their responsibilities regarding the UNSC resolutions

  MBC’s satellite channel broadcasted Saturday evening an interview with Khalihenna Ould Errachid, the chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan affairs, in its news bulletin about the so-called Aminatou Haidar.  The news bulletin includes a report about the so-called Aminatou Haidar‘s affair under the title: “human rights file on a hot political surface”, MBC’s correspondent in Rabat described the affair as “a political ball in human rights pitch» showing in his report a document which proves that Aminatou received a financial compensation from the equity and conciliatory commission for the damage she was subjected to during the years of the gun.


Mr Khalihenna: the American secretary of state’s call to resume negotiations about the Sahara reflects the international community’s position

The satellite channel Al Jazeera interviewed Mr Khalihenna Ould Errachid    the Chairman of the Royal advisory council for Saharan affairs yesterday evening within its bulletin “Al Hassad Al Magharibi” about the so-called Aminatou Haidar, and the American state secretary Hilary Clinton’s call for Morocco and Polisario front to resume negotiations about the Sahara


Chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, Mr Khalihenna. Ould Errachid, said Sunday that the acts of Aminetou Haider and her denial of her Moroccan nationality, is part of a plan hatched by Polisario and Algeria, to circumvent and disrupt the ongoing negotiations to find a definitive solution to the Sahara.


Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee at the Spanish Congress of Deputies, Josep Antoni Duran i Lleida, reiterated, Thursday in Madrid, his support for Morocco's proposal to grant autonomy to its southern provinces as a suitable solution to settle the Sahara issue.


Mexico wants to help find a "negotiated, just and sustainable" solution to the Sahara issue, said on Wednesday in Rabat, the Mexican Minister of Foreign Affairs, Patricia Espinosa.


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