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Morocco's lower house calls for review of Morocco-Spain relations

Par INPBPM :: vendredi 03 décembre 2010 à 11:45 :: Général
Morocco's lower house calls for review of Morocco-Spain relations

Morocco's House of Representatives (lower house) on Friday called on the government to make a thorough reassessment and review of relations with Spain.

    The house deemed, in a statement issued at the end of a plenary session to examine the Spanish house of deputies' position over Morocco's territorial integrity, that the motion of the Spanish house of deputies is part of pointless manoeuvres and plots targeting Morocco.


  The house noted that the motion "is biased and hostile to Morocco" and its legitimate sovereign and historical rights to the recovered southern provinces and runs counter to the Moroccan nation’s best interests.


   It added that the motion seriously undermines the Kingdom's national cause and hurts the feelings of all the Moroccan people, as expressed through the Casablanca march.


    The statement deplored the fact that the motion “did not only request
the Spanish government to reinforce relations with polisario, but went as far as to consider it the legitimate representative of the Sahrawi populations.”


    Hence, it went on, the motion is an unacceptable act from the legal, political and historical standpoints, insofar as it incites separatism whose dangers on the region’s security and stability cannot be occulted. 


    The house noted that the motion totally overlooks Morocco’s efforts and untiring action to reach a consensual solution through the autonomy proposal.


    “Recalling the Kingdom’s constructive efforts to promote cooperation ties and the partnership between the two countries (…)” the house insists that “this position is hostile towards Morocco’s territorial integrity and reflects animosity by some Spanish political circles.”


    Some Spanish circles have, therefore, to get rid of past complexes and overcome the sequels of Spanish colonialism in Morocco and its vile acts both in the north and the south, the statement said.


Rabat -MAP



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