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Guinea said on Friday in New York that the Moroccan autonomy plan has the merit of "transcending traditional divergent positions" and laying the foundations for an effective autonomy of the Sahara through the establishment of executive, legislative and judicial bodies with their own powers.

Speaking before the 4th Committee of the UN General Assembly, the Political Adviser of the Guinean Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ibrahima Chérif Haidara, noted that this autonomy was confirmed by the holding of territorial elections on September 4, 2015, which saw the election of natives of the region at the head of the constituencies and the launching of an ambitious program of development by Morocco for the benefit of this part of the Kingdom.

He also said that Guinea, which subscribed to the principle of the negotiated political solution of disputes, considered that the Moroccan autonomy plan, submitted to the Security Council in April 2007, was in line with this principle.

"My country therefore supports this initiative ... as the basis of the current political process and unique framework for compromising this dispute," Haidara said.

The Guinean official also noted with concern the deterioration of the humanitarian situation in the Tindouf camps, stressing that in order to achieve adequate and sufficient care of these populations it is essential to register them as requested by the resolutions of the Security Council adopted since 2011.

-News on Western Sahara issue/ Corcas-



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