The supreme court in Spain has categorically denied that the Spanish judiciary had issued any arrest warrant against the Sahrawi president, Brahim Ghali, who was received by the country (Spain) for treatment against infection with Coronavirus (Covid 19).
La Rioja, the local newspaper in the province that received the Sahrawi President at one of its hospitals, stated that the Spanish Supreme National Court denied the existence of an arrest warrant against the Secretary-General of the Polisario Front.
Sources from the national court confirmed on Monday to La Rioja newspaper that there was no arrest warrant against the President of the Sahrawi Republic, Secretary-General of the Polisario Front, Brahim Ghali.
In the same context, a Sahrawi official in Spain affirmed that the Sahrawi president’s health condition was stable, after a week of his stay in a hospital in Logroño, the capital of the La Rioja region.
A few days ago, Rabat’s anger increased due to the presence of the Sahrawi president in Spain, and it stepped up to pressure Madrid, which was considered by Spanish politicians as a blatant interference in the internal affairs of their country.
For its part, the Spanish Foreign Ministry confirmed that Spain had received President Ghali, on its soil, according to its customs, and that he was receiving treatment in one of the country’s hospitals.