Khalihenna: Andalusian Tour was a success
Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid described the delegation's three day visit to Andalusia as "successful", especially on the subject of autonomy as a final solution to the 30 year conflict in the Sahara .
Our visit to the Andalusia region was successful and it was characterized by various meetings relating to the Andalusia Parliament and the parliamentary groups as well as the political parties and the government, the Head of the Andalusia government, university professors specialized in law, press and TV.
The results of this visit were positive regarding the discussed subjects notably those relating to the autonomy project and the final solution of the 30 years-old Saharan conflict. Besides, during this visit, there were meetings in Seville, capital of the Andalusia Province and in Malaga, the second economic city of Andalusia where we met the Mayor, the Chairman of the Council Province and the civil, economic, cultural and media society.
Debates shed light on the reasons behind this conflict in the region and the clogged roads to which the United Nations arrived concerning the implementation of an impossible referendum and the necessity to go forward in order to find another adequate solution for the conflict and its origin, especially regarding the autonomy suggested by His Majesty the King Mohammed VI May God Glorify him, and which will be the model for the Arab world and African Continent concerning this kind of regional conflicts.
Of course, our friends and neighbours in Andalusia who really know the region and Morocco and have wide political and economic relationships with Morocco, the political parties, Parliament, Government, local electors and civil society whom we contacted, confirmed this democratic method practiced and still in practice by Spain to solve its democratic problems relating to affairs management by the nations constituting Spain.
Spain supports, or at least, the authorities we met totally supported and understood this Moroccan project and they promised to assist us in starting dialogue and negotiation with our friends in the Polisario Front, so as to definitly end up this problem in a way that goes hand in hand with the Sahrawis' request which is the establishment of a real autonomy meeting the historical requirements or needs of this region.