Members of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, National Defense and Moroccans Living Abroad in the Chamber of Advisers called on the Spanish judicial authorities on Tuesday to interact positively with the complaints filed by many victims against the chief of separatists from the “Polisario”, the so-called Brahim Ghali, and to initiate the arrest procedure against him.
In a statement, at the end of an emergency meeting devoted to the developments of the national question, the commission, on behalf of all its members, deplored, while expressing its deep astonishment, the attitude of the Spain, which welcomes on its territory the leader of the separatist militias of the “polisario”, prosecuted for war crimes and serious violations of human rights.
In this regard, the members of the committee reiterated their unwavering support for the firm position of Moroccan diplomacy in the face of this dangerous development, welcoming its approach characterized by consistency and clarity, as strategic choices adopted by the Kingdom, under the able leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI.
Likewise, the commission affirmed its firm commitment to the just cause of territorial integrity and the advocacy and defense efforts deployed by the Kingdom in the various international forums, in particular through parliamentary diplomacy, highlighting the positive developments. of the national cause at the international level, particularly at the level of the Security Council.
The commission did not fail, in the same sense, to highlight the developments on the ground, in particular the implementation of the new development model and the opening of the consulates of several countries in the southern provinces of the Kingdom, which demonstrates that the international community is confident in the correctness and legitimacy of the national cause and the autonomy initiative as a serious and credible solution.
Finally, the members of the commission praised Moroccans living abroad for their sacrifices and resistance to provocations and maneuvers by enemies of the territorial integrity of the Kingdom, calling for the proper implementation of systems of privileges and diplomatic immunity as stipulated by the Vienna Convention, in particular with regard to the police and judicial protection of the diplomatic and consular missions of the Kingdom abroad against acts of sabotage and aggression.