Security Council studies the UN Secretary General’s report

UN Security Council will vote on 27 April. 
New York (United Nations), 20/04/2007 (SPS) The UN Security Council starts on Friday at the seat of the UN in New York, the debate and study of the UN Secretary General’s report on Western Sahara, submitted to the Council on April the 13th, the UN’s press service indicated.
The documents being considered are the Polisario Front proposal, the Moroccan autonomy proposal, and the UN Secretary-General’s report on Western Sahara S/2007/202
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 During the consultations, which will be held in private, there will be a formal presentation of the UN SG’s to the 15 members of the Council, which will have the opportunity to comment on the content and recommendations.
In a first stage, there will be negotiations for the elaboration of a draft resolution, during the week, between the members of the group of friends of the Western Sahara’ question (USA, France, Russia, Great Britain and Spain), to be after that submitted to the other members of the Security Council.
The resolution will be after that submitted to the vote next Friday the 27 of April.
The UN Secretary Genera’s report on the situation of the Western Sahara, is one of the main subjects of his turn in Europe, where he expressed his concerns about the non realisation of the pertinent recommendations adopted by the international community on the subject, and call to direct negotiation between the two parties to the conflict, Morocco and Polisario Front. (SPS)