Bogota- The Colombian Senate has officially denied having passed a resolution or even a proposal on the 'Western Sahara', said official sources.
Bogota- The Colombian Senate has officially denied having passed a resolution or even a proposal on the ‘Western Sahara’, said official sources.
According to a statement signed by Secretary General of the Senate, Gregorio El Jach Pacheco, an “remark” was filed to the office of the Senate by a group of pro-separatist leftist senators, noting that the document “does not meet the requirements to be considered by the Senate” and “does not even have the status of a proposal.”
“Given the nature of this remark, no further action has been made by the Senate. It has not been given to any authority,” says Pacheco, noting that “under Article 189 of the Colombian Constitution, the definition and orientation of foreign action remain under the exclusive jurisdiction of the head of State.