The Royal Speech, carrying an integrated vision and strong messages

The Speech addressed to the Nation by King Mohammed VI on the occasion of the 47th anniversary of the Green March, carries an integrated vision and strong messages, in line with the continuity of previous royal speeches, estimated the Academician Zahreddine Taybi.

In a statement to MAP, the professor and researcher in political science at the Mohammed Premier University of Oujda, noted that the King’s Speech addressed two main aspects, the first of which relates in particular to the national cause and the development model. southern provinces, while the second part was devoted to opening up to the African continent, Morocco-Africa relations, as well as South-South and South-North relations within the framework of opening up to Europe .

The King affirmed that Morocco has entered a crucial phase with regard to the Moroccan Sahara file, given the diplomatic successes and the opening of consultations in Laâyoune and Dakhla as well as the international support for the autonomy plan, said Taibi , noting that the Sovereign has put forward an integrated vision to defend the national cause which combines, with political and diplomatic action, the promotion of the socio-economic and human development of the region.

“Before the advent of the new development model (NMD), there already existed a development model for the southern provinces with an investment of more than 77 billion dirhams (MMDH)”he pointed out, noting that this major economic program aims to promote the development of the southern provinces like other regions of the Kingdom.

“The development program for the southern provinces, launched just seven years ago, has kept its promises”he welcomed, noting that this plan shows positive results, particularly in terms of infrastructure, electrification, renewable energies, seawater desalination, as well as the Tiznit-Dakhla expressway, in addition to the Dakhla Atlantique port, which will allow Morocco to open up more to many brotherly and friendly countries in Africa.

And to add that several efforts have been made in several sectors such as health, education and higher education as well as self-employment initiatives and the promotion of the Hassani language and culture.

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