Morocco, Accra. Participates in the Forum on Unconstitutional Changes of Government organized by the AU

By Mohd Chakir Alaoui 03/17/2022 at 8:38 pm.

Nadia Bouada

Nadia Boueda, Member of Parliament and Chair of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence, Islamic Affairs and MRE.

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Morocco has sent Nadia Bouida, the chair of the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee, to Ghana’s capital Accra to attend an important forum dedicated to democracy and political change.

Titled “Unconstitutional Change of Government in Africa”, the Forum opened its three-day function, led by Nadia Boueda, MP and chair of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs, in the presence of several delegations from African countries, including Morocco, of the House of Representatives. On behalf of Defence, Islamic Affairs and MRE.

The debate was also initiated by the President of Ghana, Nana Dankwa Akufo-Addo.practicing resident Of Ecovas. The Moroccan Ambassador to Accra, Iman Ouadil, also participated in the work of this forum, which was organized at the initiative of the Department of Political Affairs, Peace and Security of the African Union Commission (AU-PSC) based in Addis. Ababa, Ethiopia.

The event, according to the organisers, raises “deep concern as to the relevance of the event’s resurgence to an unconstitutional change of government in Africa and the prospects of consolidating democratic gains on the African political scene”.

It is emphasized that the forum aims to “deepen reflection and exchange different perspectives on the existing standard framework and their mechanisms of preventive diplomacy as a means of safeguarding against unconstitutional changes of government in Africa”. determines.

It is expected that the fruits of the work of reflection to be done in Accra “will be included in the high-level debate that will be carried out within the framework of the Extraordinary Summit of the African Union scheduled on 27 and 28 May, Malabo in 2022”, Equatorial Guinea. ,

By Mohd Chakir Alloui

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