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 Mr. Azoulay: Morocco and Algeria can discuss Sahara issue within Mediterranean Union  4/1/2008

The Adviser of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, Mr. Andre Azoulay, said that nothing prevents the future Mediterranean Union "from being a discussion forum between Morocco and Algeria over the Sahara issue". Speaking Saturday at ''l'Invité de la semaine'' programme by Radio France Internationale (RFI), Mr. Azoulay said "this dispute is discussed everywhere, but if tomorrow there are spaces that can help solve this problem why not". In this regard, Mr. Azoulay said that Morocco had "demonstrated creativity and imagination and offered autonomy as a solution to this issue".


 Direct dialog between Morocco and Algeria, prerequisite to settle Sahara issue, Minister  3/28/2008

Morocco which considers Algeria as a party to the Sahara conflict, deems that a "direct dialogue" with this country, is a prerequisite to settle this 32-year old dispute with the Algerian-backed separatist movement "Polisario", Minister of Interior, Chakib Benmoussa, said on Thursday at the weekly cabinet meeting.


 Autonomy is rational and realistic solution to the Sahara   3/27/2008

"Autonomy is the rational and realistic solution to the Moroccan Sahara issue because it is the most practical, due to the inapplicability of self-determination", said the editor of the Qatari newspaper "Al - Watan "," Mr. Ahmed Ali. Commenting a letter from the ambassador of Algeria in Doha, issued Wednesday by the newspaper, in the wake of several interviews conducted by Al-Watan with Moroccan officials, Mr. Ali explained that the failure stems "from the complexity of the Sahara issue and the absence of a mechanism to identify Sahrawi people".


 CORCAS chairman receives Mauritanian President of the Party for Union and Change  3/27/2008

The Sahara issue, opposing Morocco to the Algerian-backed Polisario separatists is "the main obstacle" to development in the Maghreb region (a regional grouping also including Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya), President of the Mauritanian Party for Union and Change (PMUC) said on Wednesday.


 UK satisfied over negotiation process, FCO report   3/26/2008

The British government voiced satisfaction over the continuation of the negotiation process on the Sahara issue under the aegis of the United Nations, says the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in its annual report on human rights in the world, released Tuesday.The "Human Rights Annual report 2007" recalls that the United Kingdom welcomed the talks held in June and August 2007 and January 2008, and encourages the parties to the conflict to continue this process, meant to solve the 32-year-old dispute over this former Spanish colony.


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