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Humanitarian Assist: Based on the worldwide neighborhood, the Polisario is dishonest on its South African allies

Through Hassan Benadad on 11/23/2022 at 7:55 p.m

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Newsstand360. The South Africans, ardent allies of the Polisario and their main supporters, also fell victim to the embezzlement of substantial funds earmarked for the construction of a university. This article is a press review of Al Ahdath Al Maghribia newspaper.

The misappropriation of humanitarian aid by the Polisario leadership is no longer a secret to anyone since investigations, reports by the European Union and other humanitarian organizations have repeatedly denounced it. But this time it was the Polisario’s most generous donors and the most ardent defenders of the separatist thesis, in this case the South Africans, who discovered it at their expense. The daily Al Ahdath Al Maghribia reports in its Thursday November 24 edition that it was a delegation from this country that went to Tindouf to inquire about a university project that a group of donors had been funding for years and discovered the rose pot. It is the Forum in Support of the Tindouf (Forsatin) Autonomists that has made this scandal public, showing that the Polisario leadership does not care about the well-being of the Tindouf people kidnapped.

But faced with urging by members of the South African delegation to visit the facility, the Polisario leadership attempted to pass off a training institute as a university that was never built by displaying a banner with an equally fictitious name. But this child’s play failed to fool the South Africans, who were greatly shocked to see firsthand that the facilities and equipment of this fictional university accounted for less than an iota of the funds paid for its construction. The case of the puppet university is just the tip of the iceberg that shows the fraud of the Polisario leadership, which sells everything it receives and confiscates any foreign aid or funding. Except that after the discovery of this scandal, some international universities, realizing the extent of fraud and forgery in this project, limited their partnership to education and formal collaboration.

The daily Al Ahdath Al Maghribia points out that Forsatin was the first to uncover the lie of a university that had neither a headquarters nor students. However, one person was responsible for visiting several countries to ask for subsidies, which went into the pockets of the Politicarian leaders. It is recalled that EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell was questioned by MEP Ilhan Kyuchyuk on the Polisario’s misappropriation of humanitarian aid. The MEP wondered how the Polisario could have the means to organize a military parade every year with an expensive arsenal, while demanding annual aid from the EU, or even demanding that it be checked on the march. And Kyuchyuk, to ask Josef Borell if he is aware of this surreal situation: “We have the right to ask the EU to take action to monitor the humanitarian aid that is sent to these camps and to ensure that that European taxpayers’ money is not wasted.”

As a result, the European Parliament’s Committee on Development (DEVE) officially opened an investigation into the diversion of humanitarian aid intended for the isolated population in the Tindouf camps on Algerian territory. MEP Dominique Bilde went in the same direction as her colleague, denouncing the continued embezzlement of European humanitarian aid by the Polisario and Algeria, while calling for an investigation into this fraud: “Some of the aid would be resold to support the purchase of military equipment , such as tanks and rockets, among others. the number of refugees is greatly overestimated,” emphasizes Dominique Bilde.

By Hassan Benadad

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