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Corcas chairman announces that autonomy will change Morocco’s features
7/12/2006

Khalihenna: the project will change Morocco's features

Mohit: The chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs said that autonomy would change Moroccan features since it is a bold constitutional move presented by Morocco to satisfy a part of its citizens who rebelled in the past against problems that existed then. It would also allow to the Sahara people handle their political and economic affairs.


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Statements by Mr. Ould Errachid following his visit to the shrine Moulay Abdesalam Ben Mchich
7/2/2006

Khalihenna: Sahara Moroccanity is historical, legal, and also linked to family relations 

A delegation of dignitaries from the southern regions of the Kingdom led by Chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid at Jbel al Ilm (Larache province) at the season of Moulay Abdesalam Ben Mchich, the attending delegation included representatives of the Sahara major tribes.


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Interview by CORCAS chairman to « Aujourd’hui Le Maroc »
6/30/2006
Polisario facing CORCAS

Has the creation of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs (CORCAS) helped develop the Sahara issue? Which results have been achieved by this institution created by HM the King on March 25th 2006? Mr.  Khallihenna Ould Errachid, Corcas chairman tells us.

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CORCAS chairman calls on Algeria to respect its commitments on the Sahara
6/23/2006
Chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Sahrawi Affairs (CORCAS), Khalihenna Ould Errachid, called on Algeria to respect its commitments to the UN regarding the Sahara conflict and to refrain from setting hindrances to the International Community and the countries seeking a solution to the dispute.
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Ould Errachid to Asharq Al Awsat: Algeria has to comply with what it says to its people, Morocco
6/23/2006

Corcas chairman: we won’t allow somebody harm autonomy

President of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid called on Algeria to abide by its commitments to the United Nations on the Sahara issue by not interfering in the region’s conflict, or putting obstacles in front of the international community and international efforts seeking to resolve this issue.


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