Like the Dutch one, but in Spanish:
The Polisario, which is seeking a referendum on self-determination for the former Spanish colony, which was annexed by Morocco in 1975, has "international law on its side," [the United Nations'] mediator Peter van Walsum, a Dutch diplomat, told the newspaper El Pais.
"But the Security Council is not ready to exercise its authority ... and impose it," said the UN secretary general's envoy on the Western Sahara.
The UN Security Council "must respect international law, but it must also take into account the reality on the ground," as "30 years of weighty legal arguments of the Polisario have had no effect," van Walsum said.
In these circumstances, "the independence of the Western Sahara is not an achievable objective."
That was AFP. Full text in Spanish here.