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On W. Sahara Morocco's Hilale Tells ICP "It's Over," Dujarric Tells ICP, "I'm Done"

By Matthew Russell Lee

UNITED NATIONS, April 1 -- UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, tellingly though his spokesman Stephane Dujarric, issued a non-apology apology to Morocco on March 28, “regretting misunderstandings.”

  Even some of those close to Ban tell Inner City Press that Ban cares only a bit, or only belatedly, for the Saharawis, only that he was "personally insulted" by Morocco's protests and wants to retaliate, as his UN did on Inner City Press on February 19 and now.
  While Banned from the Security Council stakeout but not yet from the UN Press Briefing Room, at least not during the noon briefing, Inner City Press on April 1 asked Ban's Dujarric about Western Sahara and then censorship, and Dujarric just walked out, saying, "I'm done."

  On March 31, Inner City Press asked Morocco's Ambassador Hilale if you would show the proof he was alluding to, to a group of invited Moroccan and French journalists (Inner City Press was not invited, but present) and Hilale said no, saying he would show Dujarric.

 Inner City Press also asked Hilale if those from MINURSO in Las Palmas should stay; Hilale replied, "For us, it's over." Video here.

 Inner City Press asked Duajrric on March 31, before his April 1 walk-out


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