The blows on the heads of the leaders of the “Polisario” Front continue, thoroughly refuting the thesis of illusion and separation; The last of them arrived today, Friday, November 4, 2022, from the capital of Tangier, and was represented by an “official appeal asking for the expulsion of the fictitious republic from the African Union”, on the sidelines of the activities of the international forum “ME Days”.
The call, which was signed by 9 former African heads of government and foreign ministers, came after a round table entitled “The African Union in the context of the Moroccan Sahara problem” and noted with interest that “two thirds of the African countries never recognize the fictitious entity of the Polisario Front, and that half of the countries of the continent have. So far, consulates have been opened in El Ayoun and Dakhla.
The appeal, of which Hespress obtained a copy, claimed “the need to correct the historical anomaly, the legal deviation and the illegal and illegal counter-political sentiment, through which the unjustified retention within the continental organization of the fictitious entity with all that this implies a negative impact on the unity of the continent.” .
After their meeting in Tangier, African officials and diplomats affirmed that they are “fully aware of our responsibility and the importance of our focus on building a renewed and unrestricted African unity”, making an “official call to expel the fictitious republic of the membership of the African Union”. Given the “violation of articles 3(b) and 4(b) of the Constitutive Act of the African Union”.
The same document considered that the entity is “an artificial entity imposed on the Organization of African Unity/African Union, against all legitimacy and legitimacy, and that it is an artificial entity that is not subject to any of the constituent elements of the state, that is, the territory, the population and the real government”, which makes it, according to the same source, “a fictitious entity without sovereignty, without international legal responsibility, and without added value because it impedes the effectiveness of the African Union” , noting that it “threatens African unity and political and economic integration, as well as threatening regional stability and security.”
The officials who attended the round table on the Sahara submitted a request to the Amadeus Institute and its partners “African Thinking and Research Centers” to “issue a white paper that compiles the analysis and recommendations of the discussion during this session based on the accumulation of previous conferences.”
They also decided to “establish a communication team to convey the Tangier Call, supported by the White Paper, to African Heads of State and African Union policy makers.
The Tangier Call urged African officials and diplomats to “maintain a high level of mobilization and vigilance to achieve this goal, which is essential to the credibility of the African Union and thus to the future of the continent.”
It should be noted that the African diplomats who signed the “Tangier Appeal to expel Polisario from the African Union”, who belong to different countries awaiting the accession of other countries, are: Dileta Mohamed Dileta, former Prime Minister of Djibouti, Martin Zigili, Former Prime Minister of the Central African Republic, Lotfo Dlamini Milton Findley, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Eswatini, Gbezungar Milton Findley, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Liberia, Regis Emongolt Tatanghani, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Gabon, Francis Kassila, Former Foreign Minister of Malawi, Mankor Ndiaye, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Senegal, Mamadi Toure, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Guinea, Raphael Togo Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kenya.
The appeal document was based on “a renewed affirmation of the need to respect the principles of international law and the sovereignty and independence of African countries, to work for a strong continent, free from ideologies that feed divisions”, guided by the “African Sustainable Vision of Agenda 2063″, for an “Integrated, Prosperous and Peaceful Africa”. It is led by its own citizens and represents a dynamic force on the international stage”.
The same call was also based on a real message addressed to the 27th Summit of the African Union, held in Kigali in July 2016, when it formalized “Morocco’s desire to return to its natural place within its African family”, with officials Africans “warmly welcoming” the official return of the Kingdom of Morocco, a founding member of the Organization of African Unity, to the African Union in January 2017, and with the continuous efforts, laudable initiatives and sincere contributions that the Kingdom continues to make since then for the objectives and operations of our continental organization, under the auspices of Moroccan sovereignty.