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Thursday, July 25, 2024
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Several Members of the French parliament voiced their support for Morocco's proposal to grant autonomy to its southern provinces, the Sahara, part of the continuous support expressed to the Moroccan plan in France and on the international scene.



  In this regard, vice-chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Assembly, Renaud Muselier said he was "personally convinced that the Moroccan autonomy proposal should serve as a basis for negotiations" to find "a reasonable settlement" to the Sahara issue.

    "I want a political and negotiated solution (...) under the United Nations aegis," he said in a letter sent to Morocco's ambassador to France, Fathallah Sijilmassi.

    For his part, Socialist MP Claude Bartolone said he appreciates "the quality of peace efforts made by the Kingdom of Morocco to find a realistic and rapid solution" to this question.

    Former foreign minister and current MP, Herve de Charette, commended on his part Morocco's "commitment and involvement in finding an appropriate solution that is in accordance with the international law."

    During his last visit to Morocco (October 2007), French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, had, in a speech before the Moroccan parliament, voiced hope that the autonomy proposal, "can serve as a basis for negotiations to find a reasonable settlement" to the Sahara issue.


 Source: MAP
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