|The projet on a larger autonomy for the Moroccan southern provinces is "a good proposal", affirmed Jean-Claude Gaudin, Vice-Speaker of the French Senate, describing the move as "interesting" as it brings closer the various viewpoints.More...|
Khalihenna: homeland unity and full participation in public affairs are real solution for all SahrawisMore...
Works of the first meeting of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs opened on Tuesday, April 4, 2006 in Rabat, after the nomination by His Majesty King Mohammed VI of its new members during his historic visit to the southern regions. At the agenda of this meeting, setting up rules of procedure to submitted to the attention of His Majesty the King, and the election of nine vice-presidents to form the Council's office.
| The Algerian manoeuvres manipulating the separatist Polisario movement to hold celebrations in the Tifariti buffer strip in the Sahara threaten peace, security and stability in the Maghreb region, according to several Thursday stories of the Moroccan media.More...|
|Commander of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in the Sahara (MINURSO), Danish general, Kurt Mosgaard said, here Monday, Polisario's troops concentration in the buffer strip was "not allowed" and referendum "is neither for tomorrow, nor for next week."More...|
Khallihenna: « I am optimistic »
Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid said that by granting broad autonomy to the southern provinces, Morocco will become a "model" for Africa and the Arab-Islamic world in the field of decentralization and democratic governance. More...