Speech from the Throne: Appeal to Algeria to show wisdom and common sense (Academic)
Rabat – The speech of His Majesty King Mohammed VI on the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of the feast of the Throne is a call to Algeria to show wisdom and common sense for the common development of two brotherly countries, indicated , Sunday, the dean of the Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences of Aïn Sebaa in Casablanca, Idriss Abbadi.
This is a call to Algerian leaders to “act, arm themselves with wisdom and common sense for the common development of the two countries at all levels,” Abbadi noted in a statement to MAP.
He further noted that the Speech from the Throne emphasizes the bonds of brotherhood that unite the Moroccan and Algerian peoples.
Mr. Abbadi also underlined that HM the King recalls, in the speech, the common history of the two peoples, their ancestral family ties, their shared desire to live together and to visit each other.
This is a message signifying that the borders will open, the brother peoples will find each other more freely and will build together the future of an entire region, said the academic.
Last modification: August 01, 2021