Upper house Speaker Takes Part in the 10th ASSECAA Consultative Meeting, PAP Session

Upper house Speaker Takes Part in the 10th ASSECAA Consultative Meeting, PAP Session

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Speaker of the House of Councillors Enaam Mayara will take part in the 10th consultative meeting of the Association of Senates, Shura and Equivalent Councils of Africa and the Arab World (ASSECAA), which will be held on May 11-13 in the Kingdom of Eswatini, as well as in the session of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP), scheduled for the 15th in South Africa.

The House of Councillors said in a statement that this consultative meeting will focus on current issues important to African and Arab countries in light of the multiple and successive crises that the world is going through today, and which have impacted and still impact their respective economies.

It will also focus on the importance of the green economy in sustainable development in the Arab and African regions, added the same source.

This meeting is part of the implementation of the ASSECAA's action, under Mayara’s chairmanship, to strengthen joint work at the African and Arab levels, and to establish a parliamentary dialogue between the senates and equivalent councils in the countries of the South, in accordance with the High Directives of HM King Mohammed VI, to support the leadership of the Kingdom in the promotion of South-South cooperation, the statement said.

On this occasion, the Upper House Speaker will hold talks with the chairmen of the delegations of senates and shura participating in this event, as well as with government officials and parliamentarians of the Kingdom of Eswatini, with the aim of strengthening cooperation at bilateral and multilateral levels.

Mayara will also take part in the session of the PAP and deliver an address to participants in this meeting at the opening session, scheduled for May 15 in Midrand, South Africa, the same source noted.

This participation is part of the membership of the House of Councillors to this African institution in order to strengthen continental parliamentary cooperation and consolidate the means of coordination and consultation between members of African national parliaments, as well as to highlight the strategic vision of HM King Mohammed VI, affirming Morocco’s firm commitment to a united Africa, and to a sustainable and integrated development in the continent.

The Moroccan delegation accompanying Mayara will include Noureddine Salik of the Moroccan Labor Union, El Makhloul Hormatallah of the General Union of Workers of Morocco and Mohamed Amouri of the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises.