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None of the bloggers who are active in terms of Western Sahara issue have thought of the real reasons behind the phenomenon of Sahraouis in Tindouf camps who are continuously fleeing Tindouf camps to settle down mainly in the W Sahara region. to me the whole truth is with those sahraouis who keep leaving the refuge camps and go to the western Sahara region, and this phenomenon is happening often, just for the sake of argument a dozen of young Sahraou students left Tindouf to visit their families in the Western Sahara region and refused to go back to tindouf last week, now there must be a reason for their decision to stay in W Sahara region.
Having said that, it is almost certain that human rights seems to be the focus of the day to day sahraoui lives whether they are in the Western Sahara region or in the refugee camps in Tindouf inside Algeria. in this respect and within the framework of visits organized by the Minorso between Sharaouis in Tindouf and the main towns of western Sahara region is that last week or so ten young Sahrawi students who went to Laayoune to visit their relatives refused to fly back to tindouf and therefore opted to remain where they believe they belong.
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