Next Wednesday, the Spanish parliament will discuss a proposal submitted by the opposition Popular Party, which states that the Madrid government headed by Pedro Santés should withdraw its support for the autonomy proposal for the Western Sahara conflict.
And the Spanish media reported that the opposition Popular Party submitted a paper that included a discussion of the foreign policy of the Spanish state during the era of the next government. Parliament presented the idea of approving a proposal calling on the government to withdraw support for the autonomy proposal, while the second proposal includes the necessity of imposing a visa on Moroccans wishing to visit Ceuta and Melilla. .
The first point of the Popular Party paper proposes that Parliament urge the government to “restore the state’s foreign policy, as the government works with one voice and maintains a permanent dialogue with parliamentary groups in Parliament, particularly with the party that leads the opposition.” The paper proposes Parliament discussing a recommendation demanding the Madrid government. Retreat from the position of support for autonomy.