Partido Popular Leader Officially Demands Clarification From Spanish Government Regarding Ghali Entry Into Spain

Pablo Casado, leader of the conservative Partido Popular, revealed that “he will ask the President of Spanish Government, Pedro Sanchez, for explanations regarding the entry of the separatist leader Ibrahim Ghali to Spain using a forged identity.”

In a communiqué that followed a video-conference meeting with the Moroccan Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Aziz Akhannouch, Secretary-General of the National Rally of Independents (RNI), and with the Secretary-General of the Istiqlal party, Nizar Baraka, Pablo Casado, leader of the conservative Partido Popular, revealed that “he will ask the President of Spanish Government, Pedro Sanchez, for explanations regarding the entry of the separatist leader Ibrahim Ghali to Spain using a forged identity.”

In the same context, Casado, the leader of the parliamentary opposition in Spain, confirmed to his Moroccan counterparts that his party had addressed five parliamentary questions to the government of Sanchez, requesting clarifications on this issue that sparked a crisis between Morocco and Spain.

According to the same source, Pablo Casado asked Nizar Baraka to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries, which are essential in the fields of trade, culture, tourism, security, energy, health, agriculture and fisheries.

The same communiqué also indicated that Casado met with the Moroccan ambassador Karima Benyaich in Madrid on November 24th, following controversial statements made by the second deputy head of the Spanish government at the time, Pablo Iglesias, leader of the Podemos party, regarding a referendum in the Sahara.

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