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The Emir of Kuwait briefed on Moroccan autonomy
12/14/2006

Ilaf: An official source said that the Amir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah was briefed today in Marrakesh (south) on the project which will be submitted by Morocco to the United Nations to settle the dispute over Western Sahara. The Emir of Kuwait, who is paying a two day official visit to Morocco, met the chairman of the Royal Advisory of Saharan Affairs, Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid, which includes notables Saharans loyal to Morocco.


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Autonomy for the Sahara makes Polisario in trouble
12/8/2006
Khalihenna: autonomy puts Polisario in a bind

Al Zaman: The chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid said, during the special session of the Council that the autonomy proposal for the Southern provinces meets the requirements of international legality adding that the Council’s members unanimously voted for the proposal after transparent and deep discussions.

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Corcas submits autonomy project to Moroccan King
12/7/2006

Khalihenna: the concept of autonomy is different from the concepts of «expanded areas» «decentralization» or  region system

Asharq Al Awsat: Corcas chairman, Khalihenna Ould Errachid, said that he submitted autonomy project proposal to the Moroccan monarch, King Mohammed VI for ratification. The project aims to give the Saharan population large authorities to conduct their own affairs under Moroccan sovereignty, believing it will be a final solution, sparing the region from «instability».


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China ready to play a role in Sahara conflict and wants to enhance cooperation with Morocco
11/7/2006

Asharq Al Awsat: in a diplomatic initiative, the first of its kind since the outbreak of the Sahara dispute, China expressed its willingness «to play a positive role for the settlement of the Sahara issue hoping an appropriate solution to this issue will be achieved through dialogue and consultations within the framework of the United Nations».


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King Mohammed VI has brought life back to the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs
10/24/2006
Jeune Afrique: His Majesty King Mohammed VI has brought life back to the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs which had a "central role in setting up autonomy" of the southern provinces. The weekly highlighted, in a 35-page special issue devoted to development and in the southern provinces in various fields, that Morocco has invested at least 20 billion dirhams in the Territories to provide basic infrastructure.

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