Italian Cities Back Morocco’s Autonomy Plan for Sahara

Eighteen Italian cities have voiced strong backing to the autonomy plan offered by Morocco for a lasting resolution of the Sahara conflict.

In a joint statement released lately, the mayors of eighteen Italian communes of Canavese, in the Piedmont region, “welcomed the process of advanced regionalization which provides for a new, more dynamic policy in territorial management” and pledged to support this process, “in which the autonomy initiative in the Moroccan Sahara has a central position”.

The plan is recognized by the international community and the UN as “pragmatic, serious and realistic” for a sustainable resolution to the Sahara issue, they noted.

The representatives of the Italian communes also hailed the tangible progress accomplished by Morocco, under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, in democracy, human rights, socioeconomic development and women’s rights.

This statement was signed by the communes of Bairo, Bosconero, Castellamonte, Cuorgnè, Favria, Forno Canavese, Levone, Lusigliè, Montalenghe, Oglianico, Ozegna, Rivara, Rivarolo Canavese, Salassa, San Giusto Canavese, San Ponso, Torre Canavese and Valperga.

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