Brahim Ghali Case Exposes Involvement of Madrid and Algiers in Criminal Act Punishable by Spanish law (Rwandan Analyst)

The hosting by Spain of the separatists’ leader, Brahim Ghali, exposes the involvement of Madrid and Algiers in a criminal act repressed by the Spanish law, said the Rwandan analyst and DG of the Rwandan Center for Economic and Political Priorities, Alexis Nkurunziza.

The hosting of the “polisario” leader in Spanish soil is also a denial of the principles of justice, a transgression of diplomatic norms and a violation of the principles of international law, including respect for the sovereignty of countries, said Nkurunziza.

This attitude, he told MAP, represents a suspicious complicity between the Spanish and Algerian regimes and exposes their involvement in a criminal act punishable by Spanish law, namely forgery.

Despite the fact that the so-called Brahim Ghali is being prosecuted in Spain for crimes of genocide, murder, arbitrary detention, torture, enforced disappearance and terrorism, the Spanish government has neither notified Morocco of his arrival nor issued an arrest warrant against him, added the Rwandan analyst.

The government of Madrid has still not explained the real motivations that led it to host the so-called Brahim Ghali in Spanish soil, including his secret and illegal entry, as well as the procedures that should be initiated at the judicial level against this war criminal, he noted.

For the DG of the Rwandan Center for Economic and Political Priorities, the mediation and logistical support of Algeria to facilitate the access of the leader of the separatist militias to Spanish territory confirms once again the inalienable responsibility of this country in the regional dispute over the Moroccan Sahara.

In this sense, the Rwandan analyst recalled that at the outbreak of the Catalan crisis, Morocco was among the countries that supported the territorial integrity of Spain and condemned the separatist maneuvers that occurred in this region.