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Sunday, June 16, 2024
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The London based newspaper "Al Hayat" said that autonomy in the Sahara proposed yesterday by His Majesty King Mohammed VI in his speech to the nation from the city of Laayoune "aims at keeping the traditional ties between the population and the central authority."

 

 



 The paper Rabat correspondent wrote in an article entitled "autonomy in the Sahara," published today, Sunday, in Cairo, printed in the "opinion" pages that the local, regional and international data relating to tension that threatens North Africa jeopardizes relations and drains energies, test the chances of success of this experiment that would "solve an intractable crisis" and approve a model that "reflects the components of social, cultural and political diversity within the framework of unity."

He pointed out that the Moroccan initiative to restructure the Consultative Council for Saharan Affairs, which comes in the context of the authority distribution between the centre and the province, proceeding from the principle of decentralization exercised in the framework of a single state provides mechanisms that "would gather opinions and perceptions about the possible and impossible."

He pointed out that the concept of autonomy lies the pillars of a political solution within the framework of a democratic state, which ensures coexistence and dialogue between all components. He stressed that the autonomy plan put forward by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, "respects citizenship through a choice by the population before the United Nations".

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