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Polisario Dictatorship like the one described in 1984 by Georges Orwell (Spanish analyst)
Saadani Maouelainine, Corcas member: "No one uses dictatorship to protect revolution, if not that revolution is used to establish dictatorship"

Spanish analyst Clara Riveros, Latin American business specialist, compared the tragedy of Saadani Maouelainin, member of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs (Corcas), in Tindouf camps, to events reported by Georges Orwell In his famous novel, "1984", which tells the story of the single party that ruled in the name of "Big Brother", and which strengthened its power, by means of terror, hatred, sequestration, torture, assassination and falsification of history in the name of patriotism and revolution.

List of projects planned for the period 2004-2008

The growing number of projects in the Sahara region is part of the effort to adjust the state’s adaptability to the region’s specificities and its socio-cultural aspect. It reflects the state’s closeness to meet their expectations and needs.

       -  Religion

   -  Society, Health

   -  Sports, Hobbies, Journeys

   -  Associations

Housing and Urban Development projects top the development programme in the Sahara region between 2004 and 2008, with 53 projects amounting to 1.657,07 million MAD.

Care provision in the Sahara region is adequate compared to other regions of the Kingdom. Indeed, the main health indicators in the region of Laayoune, Boujdour, Smara, Oued Eddahab and Aousserd, exceed national averages. The biomedical equipment is also satisfactory.

Since 1975, the Kingdom of Morocco has made development of the education system among the top priorities of the state, providing great efforts to the development of education in the southern provinces to meet the overall context of the evolution the Moroccan society and its aspirations for a better future.

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