Spanish Workers' Commissions reaffirms its total support to Sahrawi people struggle ".

Madrid, Sept 20, 2018 (SPS) - The delegation of the Frente POLISARIO to the Spanish State held a working meeting with the leadership of The Workers' Commissions , CCOO, to coordinate actions to support the struggle  of the Saharawi people, according to source from Frente POLISARIO representative in Spain

The meeting, which took place at the headquarters of the union, served to assess the current situation, with special emphasis on the occupied Territories, in the refugee camps and the battle in European courts to nullify the illegal inclusion of the Sahara Western in any commercial agreement between the European Union and the Kingdom of Morocco.

Jira Bulahi, Representative of the Frente POLISARIO, highlighted the historic support of CCOO and the accompaniment to the Saharawi struggle, noting that the organization "has always been present in all the initiatives aimed at defending the Sahrawi right to self-determination and independence."

The Saharawi representative also pointed out the need to redouble efforts to denounce the serious situation in the occupied Territories, defend the rights of the Sahrawi workers and intensify the work with the Sahrawi trade union, UGTSARIO.

For her part, the Secretary of International and Cooperation of CCOO, Cristina Faciaben, reaffirmed that the "commitment to the Sahrawi struggle is total" renewing the obligation of the union to continue accompanying the Sahrawi struggle in all areas.

In this sense, the responsible for Arab countries, Africa and Asia, Alejandra Ortega, criticized the Spanish State for "compliance with law 27/2011, regarding the Sahrawi workers in Spanish companies" before the Madrid illegal tripartite treaty, indicating that CCOO will continue to advocate for Spain to assume its responsibilities and comply with its obligations.

the Delegate of the Frente POLISARIO to the Community of Madrid, Abidin Bucharaya, extended the invitation of the POLISARIO to the 43rd European Conference in support of the Saharawi struggle, EUCOCO, which will take place on 16 and 17 November, and underlined that the appointment will be to remind the Spanish State of its responsibility in the conflict and to demand that it fulfill its obligations to end the status quo. SPS

 

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