Polisario motion members are assembly this Friday in a refugee camp in Algeria to debate management elections.
Morocco controls nearly 80% of the resource-rich territory and has proposed an autonomy plan below its sovereignty.
The Sahrawi Polisario Entrance, backed by Algeria, has referred to as for a referendum on self-determination.
Greater than 2,200 members of the motion and 370 international visitors are anticipated to attend the five-day congress.
The rift has already led to the diplomatic breakdown of relations between Algeria and Morocco.
The Polisario’s present head Brahim Ghali, 73, seems to benefit from the very important backing of Algeria and is anticipated to be re-elected on the gathering
The battle in Western Sahara dates again to 1975, when colonial energy Spain withdrew from the area, sparking a bitter 15-year battle between the Polisario and Morocco for management of the territory.
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