European Parliament Postpones Decision On A Draft Resolution Against Morocco

Today morning, the European Parliament witnessed the discussion of a draft resolution aimed at condemning Morocco, following the events in the occupied city of Ceuta. While observers await the nature of the decision that will be taken, the European Parliament decided to postpone the decision on the issue to a later date, in order to complete the discussion.

If a number of European MPs chose victory for Spain in this file and attacked Morocco based on a “political” draft resolution that has nothing to do with the protection of minor children, others have strongly criticized the European Union in its handling of the illegal migration matter.

European MPs did not hesitate to defend Morocco, describing it as a strategic partner with which the foundations of cooperation must be strengthened, directing their criticism at the government of Sanchez, and calling on the European Union to address the real causes of illegal immigration.

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