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Corcas continues its 2006 first session works in Rabat
4/4/2006

 The Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs continues today, Wednesday, April 5, 2006 in Rabat its works in closed session. The council’s Chairman, Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid, said in a statement before resumption of works that the council will study the draft rules of procedure prepared by the Technical Committee which was formed yesterday, Tuesday, for this purpose.


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On the sidelines of the opening of the first session of the Council in Rabat:
4/4/2006
The Council is propositional force to defend Morocco's territorial integrity and the development of Southern Regions

the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, which opened on Tuesday, April 4, 2006 its first meeting in Rabat to after the nomination by His Majesty King Mohammed VI of its new members during his visit  to the southern provinces, is a propositional force to defend Morocco's territorial integrity and the development of Southern Regions.

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Opening of the first meeting of the Council's first regular session in Rabat (April 2006)
4/3/2006
Khalihenna: homeland unity and full participation in public affairs are real solution for all Sahrawis

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.


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Interview by CORCAS chairman to « Aujourd’hui Le Maroc »
3/31/2006

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.


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Khalihenna Ould Errachid interviewed by “la vie économique”
3/31/2006

The council is not an additional  administration

The 140 members of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs (Corcas), created following the Royal Visit to the southern provinces (March 20-25), have a lot of work to do. Only a few days after its creation on March 25, following the royal speech in Laayoune, Corcas members should meet to formulate the rules of procedure and elect the office. 


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