A delegation of French senators is due to be dissolved on Friday, December 2, 2022, as part of a two-day working visit to the Saharan capital of Morocco, Laâyoune, learned from Moroccan parliamentary sources that journalistic digital resource claimed
Mohamed Zidouh, chairman of the Moroccan (part of Istiklal), said in a statement to press resources that “this working visit will allow the four French senators, including two from the left and the Greens, to see the level of social and economic progress reached in the Laayoune region.”
This delegation consists of Michelle Griome (Communist Group), Angel Breville (Socialist Group, Environmentalist), Roman Le Glot (Republican Group) and Sylvie Gueye-Chaffen (Republican Group).
Mohamed Zidouh, the parliamentary adviser for the Independence Party, added that the visit of the delegation of French senators was aimed at highlighting King Mohammed VI’s “continued support for the development of structural projects in the Saharan regions of Morocco.”
During his visit, the French senator was received in Rabat by the chairman of the advisory committee Nimala Mayara, and Laayoune Hamdi Ould Al-Rashid, an independent deputy and prominent Saharawi member, as well as the president of the municipal council.