Wednesday, 23 June 2021 13:43

As part of the agreement between the CCME and Al Akhawayn University, the Ibn Khaldoun Centre for Immigration and Citizenship Studies organized in Ifrane, from 28 to 30 May 2021, a series of study days gathering experts and researchers on the theme "Migration dynamics in today's world: actual issues and perspectives of research".

On Tuesday, April 6, 2021, Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME) and Mr. Karim Amor, President of "MeM by CGEM" (Moroccan Entrepreneurs of the World at the General Confederation of Moroccan Businesses), signed a cooperation agreement in Casablanca.

This agreement aims to federate the efforts of both institutions to mobilize Moroccan skills abroad to invest in Morocco and contribute to the economic development of the country.

Addressing the meeting, Boussouf said that patriotism and strong sense of attachment of Moroccans in the world are a strong advantage for Morocco in attracting international talent and exploring global markets, as shown in the Covid-19 pandemic crisis.

" Wealth is created through achieving regional development, which gives an important function to the Moroccan community because of its strong roots in its original regions. The engagement of young Moroccan investors worldwide with projects will be backed and mentored by the CGEM," he explained.

In joining forces with the CGEM, the idea is not only to put Moroccans from abroad at the centre of the national debate on the economic development of the country, but also to support them at the regional level. Different financial mechanisms of support are in place. It is a question of ensuring the systematic involvement of all Moroccans, regardless of where they live.

For his part, Mr. Karim Amor said he was honored to join forces with the CCME "which for us represents, by its experience, a useful complement to our experience". "As a representative of the private sector in Morocco and of Region 13, bringing together the country's dynamic forces abroad, we are offering the MeMs the opportunity to show, by action, their desire to contribute to the Moroccan economy, in particular through business-to-business partnerships and the mentoring of experienced entrepreneurs".

Enjoying a 14-year experience in the migration issue and the debates it raises both in Morocco and in the host countries and within the international bodies, the CCME will regularly provide its expertise to the CGEM, especially on the profile of Moroccan Entrepreneurs and Global High Potentials.

The Diplomatic Foundation hosted, on Tuesday 30 March 2021 in Rabat, a session on dialogue with Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME), with the attendance of several ambassadors to Morocco and representatives of diplomatic institutions.

A delegation of collective actors and representatives of a Group of Moroccan parties in Europe visited the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME), on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, where they were received by Mr Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary-General of the Council.

Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME), was the special guest of the direct broadcast held Monday, December 21, 2020 by the CCME web TV Awacer.

" The polisario, security and terrorist threats: from international law to geopolitical challenges "is the subject of the fourth direct broadcast organized by the CCME web TV Awacer as part of its programming on the occasion of International Migrants Day.

Mr José Maria Gil, expert in terrorism issues, international security and director of the International Observatory of Security in Spain, Mr Lorenzo Penas Roldan, international terrorism and security lawyer, were the hosts of this meeting that was moderated by Mr. Hatim Bouazza, research professor at the King Juan Carlos University in Madrid (Spain).

The contributions of the panelists identified the historical dimensions of the sahara "issue" since 1976. They especially highlighted the contribution of Morocco in the region's development, its capacity to defend its national sovereignty in peace and the respect of international law. The focus was on the latest developments of the United States recognizing the Moroccan Sahara.

Lorenzo Penas Roldan, who is the only Spanish lawyer to have been involved in the legal defense of the families of the 11 victims of Gdeim Izik, asserts that his country has never recognized the "polisario state". "There is a fundamental problem, and it is reflected in the sahrawi population' s confusion with the polisario. This is the main problem that we are facing in Spain. Adding, there is no proper media and propaganda that would enable our citizens to understand that a terrorist armed group like the polisario front has no connection with the sahrawis," he explained.

"The exploitation of events by the polisario is a historical fact. It happened this year, for example, in Guerguerat, coinciding with the date of the Green March, and I also remember the incident that occurred during the visit of the United Nations Committee, these are actions that have been repeated every year for decades".

For Lorenzo Penas Roldan, recognizing the Morocco’s Sovereignty today is the realization of justice and truth and the crowning achievement of a historical process that attests that the polisario has only fomented unrest and hatred for decades while Morocco has acted in accordance with the provisions of international law as a sovereign and respectable state.

Regarding the U.S. recognition of Morocco's sovereignty over its southern provinces, he commented: "Everyone recognizes the weight of a country like the United States on the international political scene. Their recognition of the Moroccan sahara is a support for the position of King Mohammed VI, a historic and legitimate position. More than that, it is a decision that implies that the international community will take a step forward to finally reach the one and only possible solution from a legal point of view, that of the autonomy plan".

For Lorenzo Penas Roldan, recognizing the Moroccanness of the Sahara today is the realization of justice and truth and the crowning achievement of a historical process that attests that the Polisario has only fomented unrest and hatred for decades while Morocco has acted in accordance with the provisions of international law as a sovereign and respectable state.

Regarding the US recognition of Morocco's sovereignty over its southern provinces, he commented: "Everyone recognises the weight of a country like the United States in the international political arena. Their recognition of the Moroccanness of the sahara is a support for the position of King Mohammed VI, a historical and legitimate position. More than that, it is a decision that implies that the international community will take a step forward to finally reach the one and only possible solution from a legal point of view, that of the autonomy plan".

Mr José Maria Gil, as an expert on terrorism issues, explained that "the Polisario is acting to maintain a violent situation that will eventually erupt throughout the region. If the situation worsens from this point of view, we have to ask ourselves the following question: what experience have we gained today in this region? The answer is that jihadist terrorism has been able to interfere in the conflicts in the region".

In this context, "Morocco is the only actor in the region capable of ensuring stability and security". According to the Spanish expert, "this explains the decision of the United States of America which has formally recognised that the Moroccan position is the most reasonable and concrete".

For him, "the recognition of the Moroccan nature of the Saraha by the American Administration is strong, but in order to explain it we must remember the context of the historical relationship between Morocco and the USA": "this is the oldest relationship that America has had. Morocco was also the first country to recognise the independence of the United States, hence this extremely important relationship".

 

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"Moroccans living abroad: which policies to ensure the migrants rights? "is the issue of the broadcast organized, Saturday, December 19, 2020, by the CCME web tv Awacer. Mr. Mokhtar Ferdaoussi, member of the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME) and lawyer in France, Mr.Mohamed Aderghal, geographer and professor at the University Mohammed V in Rabat, Mr.Omar Smaoli, gerontologist and director of the Observatory of Gerontological Migration in France (OGMF) participated in this meeting moderated by Ms Souad Talsi MBE, member of the CCME and founder of Al-Hassaniya Moroccan women's Center in England.

On the occasion of International Migrants Day and International Arabic Language Day, the CCME’s digital platform Awacer TV organized, on Friday 18 December 2020, a live broadcast on the theme "when languages combine with the Arabic language to bring people together".

"Migration, an opportunity for humanity? "is the theme of the round-table organized by the CCME’s web Tv Awacer on Thursday 17 December 2020, on the International Day of the Migrant celebrated on 18 December each year.

The Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME) will organize a giant dictation and a broadcast to celebrate multilingualism and cultural diversity on 18 December 2020 at 6:30 pm on the occasion of the International Day of the Arabic Language.

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