Slovenski vzorec pisma o naprednem statusu
Published: 18.07 - 2008 12:53Printer version    
Stanje clovekovih pravic v Zahodni Sahari


Spostovana poslanka, spostovani poslanec,

Naprosam vas, da v svojem imenu pozovete komisarko za zunanje zadeve in evropsko sosedsko politiko in izrazite svoje ogorcenje nad namero evropske komisije, da se Maroku podeli tako imenovani "napredni status".

Maroko je leta 1975 okupiral vecino ozemelj Zahodne Sahare. Saharke in Saharci, ki so zasedbi nasprotovali in ki jim ni uspelo prebegniti v sosednjo Alzirijo zivijo pod nenehnim pritiskom marokanizacije, v strahu in vsakodnevnim nadlegovanjem. To dokazujejo primeri mucenj, posilstev, montiranih sodnih procesov in dolgotrajnih zapornih kazni, zabelezenih s strani nevladnih organizacij kot je Western Sahara Campaign in tudi porocila Visokega komisariata za clovekove pravice pri Zdruzenih narodih (poglej porocilo na; http://www.arso.org/OHCHRrep2006.htm).

Za Evropsko Unijo je tovrstno dejanje vsekakor preuranjeno. Ce zeli Evropska Unija obdrzati samopodobo verodostojne braniteljice mednarodnega prava in braniteljice clovekovih pravic, v svoj dom ne sme povabiti drzave, ki je okupatorica in ki vsakodnevno, evidentno krsi clovekove pravice.

Ceprav se EU ves cas opredeljuje za obrambo clovekovih pravic na vseh nivojih svoje zunanje politike je ze v zacetku letosnjega leta, to je pod slovenskim predsedovanjem Svetu EU, komisarka za zunanjo politiko Benita Ferrerro-Waldner najavila podpis pridruzitvenega sporazuma z Marokom.

Ceprav se o pogojih pridruzitvenega sporazuma se niso medsebojno uskladili, bo podpis le-tega poglobil sodelovanje Maroka z EU kar je v popolnem nasprotju poudarjanja obrambe in zagotavljanja clovekovih pravic s strani EU. Govoriti in zagovarjati eno in delati nekaj povsem nasprotnega. Sporazum bi tudi de facto vodil k nadaljnim maroskim investicijam v okupirano Zahodno Saharo.

Pred tovrstnim podpisom sporazuma z Marokom bi EU morala raziskati stanje clovekovih pravic tako v Maroku kot v okupirani Zahodni Sahari.. Prav tako bi moral Maroko pokazati pripravljenost za prenehanje krsitev clovekovih pravic proti saharskemu ljudstvu in koncati ilegalno okupacijo Zahodne Sahare.


V EU ni prostora za okupacijske sile!

S spostovanjem,


    

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