Moroccan Sahara: Call From Tangier For Exclusion Of The Ghostly SADR From The African Union
Tangier, Nov 5 (TNA) Several former Prime Ministers and ex-Ministers of Foreign Affairs of African countries, meeting in Tangier as part of the 14th MEDays, on Friday called for the exclusion of the African Union (AU) from the ghostly SADR which does not meet any criterion of international law relating to the constitution of a State.
“We held a meeting together in Tangier and launched an appeal which aims to ask the Heads of State members of the African Union to proceed with the exclusion of this entity which does not constitute a State under the law within the AU,” former Central African Prime Minister Martin Ziguélé said in a statement.
The meeting of these former African heads of government and diplomacy was held for three hours on the sidelines of the 14th edition of MEDays, organized from November 2 to 5, 2022, by the Amadeus Institute in Tangier. This call was also confirmed by the former heads of diplomacy of Guinea, Benin and the Union of the Comoros.
According to Martin Ziguélé "the presence of the SADR within the African Union is an aberration on the legal level, on the political level and on the historical level, at a time when we are all working for Pan-Africanism and for the strengthening of African Union”.
African countries, he added, “cannot accept that entities that engage in separatism and secessionists that do not constitute States be admitted to this organization because this discredits the entire functioning of the Union. African”. And to explain that the Amadeus Institute has been commissioned to draw up a “white paper” intended to fight against “this masquerade”.