Video. Moncef Marzouki: “the autonomy plan is the solution to the conflict around the Sahara”

Video. Moncef Marzouki: “the autonomy plan is the solution to the conflict around the Sahara”
Video. Moncef Marzouki: “the autonomy plan is the solution to the conflict around the Sahara”

By Mohammed Boudarham on 11/25/2021 at 12:32 p.m.

Former Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki revealed in a recent interview that he had undertaken intermediation between Morocco and Algeria, but which was unsuccessful. Slayer of divisions, he reaffirms that the autonomy plan is the solution for the conflict fomented around the Moroccan Sahara.

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In an interview with the site Arabi Post, the former Tunisian president says he tried to mediate his good offices between Morocco and Algeria to avoid a division within the Maghreb. But that his efforts remained in vain and fruitless.

“God knows that I used all possible means to resuscitate the corpse of what is called the Arab Maghreb when I was president of Tunisia, but I suffered a bitter failure”, admitted Moncef Marzouki, who blamed Algeria for this failure. “I haven’t had any feedback from Algeria. On the other hand, Morocco was ready to open a dialogue, ”adds the Tunisian president, for whom an armed conflict in the region remains unacceptable.

During this interview, Moncef Marzouki defended the point of view he has always put forward for a solution to the conflict around the Moroccan Sahara, namely the autonomy plan.

“For forty years, we have been faced with the same litany, namely that there can be no dialogue without a Saharawi republic. We have not achieved anything, except a catastrophic situation for the Saharawis, ”explains the former Tunisian president. For Moncef Marzouki, we must look for an alternative and this alternative must be done within the framework of the Maghreb Union, and through the autonomy plan that Morocco has been putting forward for years and which is qualified by the international community. of “fair” and “credible”.

“I always say to my Sahrawi brothers that with autonomy, you will have three homelands: autonomy, Morocco and the Maghreb Union. This does not necessarily have to go through a sixth state (in the region, Editor’s note), ”explained the former Tunisian president.

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