The Association of Moroccan Lawyers and Lawyers of Moroccan Origin Practicing Abroad has rejected and condemned the recent resolution of the European Parliament on Morocco which “contradicts international conventions and undermines the sovereignty of the Kingdom, in particular the judicial system”.

In a statement to Moroccan News agency MAP, the Association considers the resolution as “unacceptable”, noting that the European Parliament’s decision “undermines the sovereignty of states and constitutes a violation of the provisions of Security Council resolution 2131 of 1965, which establishes the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of states”, according to “Barlamane.com”.

According to the Association, the European Parliament should “be concerned about the suffocating crisis that European society is going through (…) and protect the rights of migrants and limit hate policies”, reads the website barlamane.com.

The association stressed that it was “an attack on its independence and integrity” and a “violation of the European treaty on the independence of justice”.

On the other hand, the Association of Moroccan Lawyers and Lawyers of Moroccan Origin Practicing Abroad praised the valuable efforts made by the Superior Council of the Judiciary, the website adds.

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