Moroccan autonomy plan ‘best option’ for region’s future: UK MPs

Moroccan autonomy plan ‘best option’ for region’s future: UK MPs
Moroccan autonomy plan ‘best option’ for region’s future: UK MPs
The Conservative MP Daniel Kawczynskiat the initiative of this debate, underlined that several allies of Kingdomas’Spainthere THE The Netherlands and theGermanyrecognize that the Moroccan autonomy plan is “the best option to ensure a prosperous future for the region”. THE Morocco is “a reliable strategic partner, which has all the attributes of a modern democracy and with which we can and must establish strong commercial, political and security ties,” he said.

While highlighting Morocco’s “remarkable” progress in terms of women’s rights and religious rights, the parliamentarian paid tribute to His Majesty King Mohammed VI “for His Leadership and , as well as for the way in which He pursues interreligious dialogue throughout his nation”. He also highlighted the work of His Majesty King Mohammed VI in Africa. Furthermore, Mr. Kawczynski noted that the Morocco is a “true, thriving democracy” where the rule of law is “protected and where people can debate without fear of reprisals”, calling Morocco “the second oldest ally of United Kingdom” and “reliable partner”.

The Conservative MP Liam Fox maintained that the autonomy plan is “the only possible solution and the only way to create progress for those who live in the region and wish to see not only security and stability, but also economic development and democratic progress”.

For his part, the Labor MP Fabian Hamilton estimated that “one of the most important things for the resolution of any conflict is economic development and the reduction of inequalities between the richest and the poorest”, highlighting the efforts of the Morocco for the development of southern provinces. Mr. Hamilton specified that he had seen first-hand the effects and benefits of this economic development on the inhabitants of the region, during a visit to Laayounebelieving that “this is what we need to end the conflict”.

For the MP and Labor shadow cabinet member, Lyn Brown”the status quo has been detrimental to the region and has harmed the interests of North Africa”, citing the need to resort to “creative solutions” to move the dispute forward.

For his part, the Conservative MP and Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, David Rutleyinsisted on the centuries-old nature of the partnership between the United Kingdom and Morocco, which “continues to strengthen with increasingly close collaboration in new and existing areas”. “Morocco is a stable, friendly and important in the region, which is experiencing positive economic and socio-economic reforms, led by His Majesty King Mohammed VI”, he continued.

“We look forward to further developing our relationship and are convinced that a solution to the issue of Sahara would unlock enormous potential,” he said. And to conclude that the United Kingdom supports the efforts of United Nations to find a political solution, while believing that the United Nations process is the best way to achieve a lasting and mutually acceptable settlement.

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