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Spanish delegation at UN IV commission defends the decolonization of Western Sahara

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New York, October 10 (SPS) - Delegation formed by representatives of various Spanish Institutions and Organizations participates in the debates of the Commission for Special Policy and Decolonization (IV Commission) of the UN  has defended  the right to self-determination of the Saharawi people and denounced the stagnation of the Peace Plan, as a consequence of the permanent obstruction of Morocco to its development.
The dejegation will slam the Moroccan government  brutal repression against the Saharawi population in Western Sahara, illegally occupied by Morocco and the treatment given to the Saharawi political prisoners and Sahrawi activists who are being subjected to all kinds of harassment, ill-treatment and torture.
it will also denounce the decrease in humanitarian aid to the Saharawi refugee population camps, which is causing a dramatic situation, with unpredictable consequences.
During it presence in New York, the delegation will take advantage of several interviews with accredited ambassadors at the UN and especially with the Ambassador of Spain, Mr. Agustín Santos Maraver, who has been formally requested to meet.
The delegation is made up of jurists, members of human rights organizations and politicians and members of the parliamentary intergroup "Peace and solidarity with the Saharawi people" of the Parlament de la Illes Baleares. SPS