Ministers Council warns of Moroccan drug spread danger and its consequences in the region

Chahid El  Hafed, July 12, 2017 (SPS) - The Council of Ministers warned on Tuesday about the danger of the spread of the Moroccan drug and its consequence in the region.

Morocco is according to the Council of Ministers, the largest producer and exporter of cannabis in the world and does not hesitate to use it in a dirty war to encourage organized crime gangs and terrorist groups, thus; threaten peace and stability in the region and the world.

 

 In a statement released today, the Council of Ministers meeting under the leadership of the President of the Republic, Brahim Gali stressed that the national question steadily progresses under the consensus and unity of the Saharawi people around its unique and legitimate representative, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia El Hamra and Rio de Oro (F.POLISARIO), gaining  several successes on the diplomatic front, both at the level of the United Nations, at the level of the African Union or at the level of the European Union.

 

The Council of Ministers strongly condemned retaliation against the prisoners of the Saharawi student movement, known as "Wali's companions, warning at the same time of the Moroccan occupation's intention to issue harsh sentences against  the Saharawi political prisoners of the Gdeim Izik Group that the Moroccan court has postponed their trial for 18 July 2017.

 

In that sense, the Council of Ministers has expressed its solidarity and support to all Saharawi political prisoners in Moroccan prisons, calling for their immediate release.SPS

 

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