The CS decides this Thursday, the responsibility of Algeria should still be mentioned

The UN Security Council will hold a meeting this Thursday in New York on the future of Minurso, whose mandate expires on October 31, during which the members of the Security Council are expected to vote on a draft resolution aimed at renew the mandate of the UN Mission. But not only…

In his remarks, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, in his latest report to the Security Council on the Moroccan Sahara, published in mid-October, focused on the fundamentals of the UN political process, in accordance to resolutions 2440 (2018), 2468 (2019), 2494 (2019), 2548 (2020) and 2602 (2021).

And if he advocated the annual extension of the mandate of Minurso, and reaffirmed the support for the efforts of the Secretary General of the United Nations and his Personal Envoy, Staffan de Mistura, he nevertheless disavowed Algeria and his cherub as to the round tables they refuse to attend.

Indeed the SG of the UN makes dialogue a creed to resolve the question of the Sahara. However, the policy of the empty chair leads nowhere, especially when it is led in this case by the main antagonist. Algeria, not to name it, or rather the senile regime of Algiers, whose role as the precursor of interventionist dogma in this conflict no longer needs to be demonstrated, takes refuge there in a desperate headlong rush. The observations made by the SG of the UN in his latest report on this file are unequivocal.

The text aimed to relaunch the political process by bringing Algeria, the main protagonist, to resume the process of round tables set up by the Security Council in its resolutions dating back to 2440 (2018), the last of which 2602 adopted on October 29, 2021.

The draft resolution calls for the participation of “all concerned” in the political process. The attitude of the Algiers regime not to adhere to it, mentioned moreover, five times as the protagonist of the conflict, inscribes it as the main person responsible for this regional dispute.

Algeria may cry out to anyone who wants to hear it “the two-party solution”, the facts are there, undeniable, since their beginning, and historically and directly involve Algiers.

It is time for the regime of this country to face itself. The new Security Council resolution on the Sahara, which should certainly be adopted, is a copy/paste of its predecessor and plunges the Algiers regime even before being into total confusion. The disarray is at its height in the East, that the silence is of such a point that one prefers to hardly see nor hear the jeremiads of the turbulent cherub, or even threats against the UN.

Also, and while Algeria is suffering from a curious loss of voice, the Polisario raises its voice to “officially” reject the draft resolution drawn up by the United States on the question of the Sahara which, however, once again, ” encourages neighboring countries to take important steps and actively contribute to the roundtable process by stressing the importance of moving towards a solution”.

Contrary to the usual when Algiers and Tindouf were in the media mobilization at this time of the year at least when the mandate of the Minurso lasted one year, the separatists this time denied everything. They disagree with the American proposal.

That said, on the western side of the thing, the only unknown in the equation, France. Paris, which from sudden acquaintances has discovered new love affairs with Algiers, blows hot and cold on the question. However, Paris cannot get rid of the spirit of the Council’s resolution despite its coldness with Rabat.

France will very certainly and warmly reaffirm, once again, the pre-eminence of the Moroccan Autonomy Initiative, as the one and only serious and credible solution to this regional dispute, within the framework of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Kingdom.

This is called aligning with normalcy. The adoption of this project is scheduled for Thursday, October 27, 2022 unless you want to extend until the 31st. We’ll see!

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