The crisis in Sudan has worried the international community, especially the Arab countries. Faced with this critical situation, the Arab Parliament has called for a return to the legal agreement to restore peace in Sudan and reach a concrete political solution to the crisis in the country.
In its final declaration approving the work of its fourth session held Sunday at the headquarters of the League of Arab States in Cairo, the Arab parliament stressed the need for an immediate and permanent ceasefire to protect Sudanese and encourage their return. Security and stability.
In addition, the parliament emphasized the importance of protecting the unity of Sudan’s territories and its army, firmly rejecting any foreign interference in Sudan’s internal affairs, which would prolong the crisis and fuel the fire of sedition among the people.
The Arab Parliament has called on the international community and donors to urgently provide all medical and economic aid to Sudan, especially after more than half of them were closed, to help the country recover from the current dire health situation.
Morocco was represented by Moroccan political figures, notably the head of the National Rally for Independence (RNI) Committee in the Council of Councillors, Mohamed Bakkuri, the deputy of the Commission for Social, Educational, Cultural Affairs, Women and Youth, Khadija Hajjobi. Member of the Arab Parliament, Legislative, Legal and Human Rights Committee Mohamed Ayach and Member of the Finance and Economic Development Committee Mohamed Lahmouch.
The four standing committees of the Arab Parliament, namely the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Political Affairs and National Security, the Committee on Economic and Financial Affairs, the Legislative, the Committee on Legal and Human Rights Affairs and the Committee on Social, Education, Culture, Women and Youth, concluded their meetings last Saturday.