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The Moroccan Parliament declares Ceuta "busy city" and reloads against the EU
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The Moroccan Parliament declares Ceuta "busy city" and reloads against the EU

The House of Representatives of Morocco has pointed this Thursday to Ceuta as an occupied Moroccan city and has denounced "ulterior motives" and "falsehoods" in the motion approved by the European Parliament with which they reveal the rejection of Rabat's strategy and make it look like it would put the lives of thousands of minors at risk to respond to Spain's gesture of attending to the leader Polisario Front, Brahim Ghali. In a statement issued after an emergency meeting, the Moroccan Lower House has rejected "the numerous inappropriate provisions contained in the text" of the European Parliament, as well as pointed out that "it is evident that this is a maneuver to divert attention from a political crisis between Morocco and Spain ". "It is a futile attempt to European...
Rabat qualifies as "derision" Ghali’s departure, he studies breaking with Spain and throwing out the ambassador
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Rabat qualifies as "derision" Ghali’s departure, he studies breaking with Spain and throwing out the ambassador

Shortly before 2.00 in the morning, the general secretary of the Polisario Front, Brahim Ghali, left Spain from the Pamplona airport in a French civil plane chartered by Algeria, after spending 44 days admitted to the San Pedro de Logroño Hospital. At that same time, there was total silence in Rabat. And King Mohamed VI presided over a crisis cabinet in Fez together with his trusted men, personal adviser Fouad Ali Himma, and the head of international intelligence, Yassine Mansouri; in addition to a senior officer of the Armed Forces. Rabat considers that Spain "Has facilitated the getaway" from Ghali to Algeria, a few hours after declaring in the National Court, and prepares the appropriate response to this decision. As they explain to EL ESPAÑOL, it goes through an inv...
Rabat accuses Sánchez of promoting "separatism" Saharawi and gives for "rota" trust with Spain
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Rabat accuses Sánchez of promoting "separatism" Saharawi and gives for "rota" trust with Spain

The "serious crisis" between Madrid Y Rabat It will not end with the appearance of the Saharawi leader Brahim Ghali this Tuesday before the Audience National Spanish, but when "Spain clarifies without ambiguities your choices, your decisions and their positions "in relation to Sahara Occidental, said the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday in a release. The call case Ghali "has revealed the collusion of our northern neighbor with the adversaries of the Kingdom for undermine territorial integrity (as well as) hostile attitudes and strategies damaging of Spain towards the Sahara question, "added the official statement. "How can we know that Spain will not conspire again with the enemies of the Kingdom? (...) How to restore confidence after a error tan grave? (....
Rabat warns Sánchez: if the Polisario leader leaves Spain "with opacity" will worsen "crisis"
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Rabat warns Sánchez: if the Polisario leader leaves Spain "with opacity" will worsen "crisis"

The Moroccan ambassador to Spain, Karima Benyaich, warned this Friday in Rabat that if Spain chooses to remove Brahim Ghali from Spain "with opacity", in the same way he entered, "it is to opt for stagnation and worsening relationships"bilateral. In a statement made in the Foreign Ministry and after meeting with her minister, Naser Burita, the ambassador, called on Tuesday to the Moroccan capital for consultations, did not hesitate to describe it as "serious crisis" the one that Spanish-Moroccan relations go through. Karima Benyaich pointed out that what happens with Ghali "is a test for the independence of the Spanish Justice, in which we fully trust ", but also another test to know if Spain" chooses to strengthen its relations with Morocco or prefer to collaborate with ...
The influx of migrants sows trouble between Rabat and Madrid
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The influx of migrants sows trouble between Rabat and Madrid

“We will restore order in the city and at our borders as quickly as possible. " Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez went urgently, Tuesday, May 18, to Ceuta and then to Melilla, two Spanish enclaves in Morocco where nearly 8,000 migrants have arrived since Monday morning. He was greeted with jeers from the population. Eighty-eight hundred migrants have since been deported, and law enforcement has been deployed to deal with the largest migration crisis in years.Spain summoned the Moroccan ambassador to tell him about his " dissatisfaction " in what amounts to a deliberate act by Morocco to open the borders after the Spaniards agreed to treat the leader of the Polisario Front separatists, Brahim Ghali, sick with Covid-19. In the evening, the Spanish justice announced to...