“Let's stop criticizing our banks!”

More than ten years after the subprime mortgage crisis, all the light has not been shed, and yet the idea of ​​the guilt of the banks has taken hold firmly in people's minds. They are even blamed for the double fault, since after playing with fire and triggering the crisis, they allegedly asked for help from the States. This unanimous condemnation, the result of incomplete analyzes, is a heavy component of the bank bashing that has raged since then and unfortunately works against our interests. We are indeed at a critical moment when Europe, faced with the domination of American finance and the dollar, must develop its own financial capacities. The development of a strong pan-European financial sector is therefore essential if we particularly want to foster the emergence of future European gafas. 
If it is vain to hope for the complete disappearance of this bank bashing and, one might say, of the bashing market whose roots plunge both in history and in ignor…

Bourita stresses the exclusivity of the UN framework to find a solution to the question of the Moroccan Sahara

Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans residing abroad, Nasser Bourita, reiterated, Sunday in Addis Ababa, the exclusivity of the UN as a framework to find a solution to the question of Moroccan Sahara.


The position has been clear from the start, that the question of the Moroccan Sahara is in the hands of the United Nations, which remains the only framework for finding a solution to this conflict in accordance with international law, said Bourita in a press statement following the opening session of the 33rd African Union (AU) summit.

The Minister recalled, in this context, that the Chairperson of the AU Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, confirmed, during the opening session of this summit, the exclusivity of the UN in the resolution of the question of the Moroccan Sahara.


In his speech at the opening of the 33rd Conference of Heads of State and Government of the AU, Mr. Moussa Faki clarified that in accordance with decision 693 of the Nouakchott Summit, the AU Troika will provide support effective in the process led by the United Nations, which is the framework voluntarily chosen by the parties for a lasting political solution.

It should be recalled that decision 693 of the Nouakchott Summit reaffirmed support for the United Nations process under way to find a mutually acceptable political solution to this regional dispute.