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Father of Chief Inspector of polisario’s police urges rights watchdogs to ensure safety of his son September 6, 2010

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Laayoune – Father of Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud, chief inspector of the polisario’s police, called upon human rights NGOs to ensure the safety of his son who is on his way to the camps of Tindouf.

In a statement to Laayoune regional channel, Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud called on these NGOs to hold Algeria and the polisario fully responsible for the safety of his son.

The chief inspector of the polisario’s police said, at a press conference on August 9, that he intended to defend the autonomy proposal in the Sahara to resolve this artificial conflict and put an end to the sufferings of the Sahrawis held captive in the camps of Tindouf.

The polisario’s leader left Smara (southern Morocco) few days ago heading for the Tindouf camps to join his family. He is currently in Zouerate (Mauritania) and has to complete paperwork before leaving the territory.

The Moroccan rights watchdog (CCDH) has urged national and international human rights organizations to do their best so that the senior polisario official could return to Tindouf (south-western Algeria) safe and sound and defend his opinions freely.

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