| The autonomy project in the southern provinces aims "to come up with a peaceful solution where there is neither a winner nor a loser, and in respect of the dignity of all the parties," affirmed chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs (CORCAS), Khelli Hanna Ould Rachid.More...|
|Algeria, "new gas and oil Eldorado," relies on "the rivalries between the superpowers, which fight over its favors" to thwart the Moroccan plan to settle the Sahara issue, wrote Thursday the French daily "Libération."More...|
Khalihenna: We support the state institutions to find realistic and final solutions to the problems of the Sahara population
The chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid, said during his meeting with Dakhla inhabitants that the Council will be engaged in the study of all economic and social files relating to the Southern Territories of the Kingdom, without exception of any sector or social entity.
Khalihenna: granting broad autonomy to the Sahara under Moroccan sovereignty, will change the features of the Moroccan State
The chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid said the decision to grant autonomy to the southern provinces under Moroccan sovereignty would change the features of the Moroccan state and the features of the African continent, adding: "This proposed Royal project is decisive and will change the features of the African continent and the Arab world, because of its positive repercussions on the functioning and growth of democratic states, and participation of all components in the conduct of the political, economic, social and cultural affairs. More...
The solution based on autonomy is the ideal solution for the Sahara conflict
The Saharawi leader Khalli Henna Ould Errachid, who is currently serving as chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, says that consensual solution based on autonomy is the ideal solution for the conflict in Western Sahara. More...