New report on need for referendum in Western Sahara
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The Norwegian student association SAIH just is_is_published a report on the need of a referendum on independence in Western Sahara.
Published 07 June 2016

The report "Peace in Sight?", is_is_published in June 2016, takes the reader through the story of the failed referendum on indepence of Western Sahara, and explains why a referendum still has to be in the core of finding a solution to the conflict.

The report can be found on the pages of SAIH or dowloaded here.

The report is an English translation of the report 'Fred i Sikte?" is_is_published in Norwegian in April 2016.

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