The Arab Parliament devoted its second plenary session of the third legislature, held at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States, to the examination, in particular, of developments in the region, in this case in Palestine.
Morocco is represented at this two-day meeting (November 26-27) by a delegation composed of Ahmed Chada, member of the Foreign, Political and Security Affairs Committee at the Arab Parliament, Khadija Hajoubi, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee Social, Educational, Cultural, Women and Youth and Mohamed Ayach, member of the Committee on Legislative, Legal and Human Rights Affairs.
The Arab Parliament will thus discuss the reports, in particular from the Palestine Commission, of the evolution of the situation in this country, as well as the crimes and the continuous violations of the occupation authorities in the city of Al-Quds and their attacks on the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
It is also about developments in Yemen, Libya and Iraq, the rejection of Iranian and Turkish interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries, as well as the rejection of European statements regarding interference in the internal affairs of Kuwait. .
Furthermore, the discussions relate to a memorandum relating to the elaboration of an Arab orientation bill to combat domestic violence, the report on the social situation in the Arab world and the second draft report on the situation of human rights for the year 2021, the roadmap to fight against child labor and an orientation bill on the protection of privacy and the fight against crimes of electronic extortion.