Tunisian lawyer dubs the situation of Saharawi refugee camps as "catastrophic"

Dajla (Saharawi Refugee Camps), April 13, 2017 (SPS)- Tunisian lawyer Ms. Fatima Elmatili said Wednesday in Dajla that the situation of the Sahrawi refugee camps is "catastrophic" which underlines the need for an urgent solution to the Saharawi question.

Speaking to the Saharawi news agency on the sidelines of the International Youth and Students Conference in Solidarity with Sahrawi people in Dajla, the Tunisian lawyer praised the commitment and firmness with which the Saharawi people struggle to exercise their right to freedom and independence.

After praising the generosity and hospitality of the Saharawi people, he added that the situation in the Sahrawi camps requires the international community to act in favor of a solution through which the Saharawi people can exercise their legitimate right to self-determination.

she demanded all international and humanitarian organizations that promote the respect of human rights and democracy that intervene to put an end to the suffering of the Saharawi people.

Fatima hailed the work of the Saharawi woman in the transmission of good values ​​and the correct education of the new generations in this rough and harsh desert.

In that regard,  he expressed her deep concern about the fate and future of the Saharawi children who were born and raised in this situation.

The lawyer reiterated her continued support for the Saharawi cause. SPS