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Interview by CORCAS chairman to the weekly "le Journal Hebdomadaire"
4/15/2006
Appointed not elected, consultative but without no decision-making power, therefore without popular support, Corcas raises considerable controversy. Should we give it a favourable judgement despite its institutional limits? The answer may not be made today because, according to its chairman, the Corcas does not yet know much about its mission. That will depend on the king and his decision only.

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Corcas chairman interviewed by « Le Point magazine » weekly
4/14/2006

HM the King is leading a revolution in Morocco

With the autonomy plan of the southern provinces, HM the king Mohammed VI " has started the 2nd green march which is definitely going to turn over a new leaf of past problems ", asserted the chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs (CORCAS), Mr Khalihenna Ould Errachid, in a interview published on April 15, 2006 by « Le Point magazine » weekly entitled “HM the King is revolutionizing Morocco”.


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Corcas sets its structure
4/7/2006

Assahra Al Maghribiya: The election of the Vice Chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs took place the day before yesterday, Thursday, in Rabat without incidence. Ballot was based on relative majority hence not giving space to potential friction. Members left satisfied including successful candidates, losers and or voting members. 
 


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Morocco body drafts W. Sahara autonomy plan "Reuters"
4/6/2006
A Moroccan advisory council has proposed autonomy for Western Sahara, a move likely to fuel tension with the Algeria-backed Polisario Front which wants independence for the territory.
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Ould Errachid: Nation unity is the real solution and only way-out for all Sahrawis
4/6/2006

Al Sharq Al Awsat: The Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs was completed the day before yesterday in Rabat, in its first meeting since his creation by the Moroccan monarch, King Mohammed VI last March 25 in Laayoune, a major provincial city in the Moroccan Sahara. The meeting agenda focused on rules of procedure to be submitted to King Mohammed VI, and the election of nine Vice-Presidents, who make up the Council’s bureau.


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