The Arab Parliament has commended the efforts made by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, Chairman of the Al Quds Committee, to defend the Holy City and support the resistance of the Palestinian people.
During the work of the first session of the third legislature held in Cairo, the Arab Parliament also welcomed the efforts made by Bayt Mal Al Quds Agency to support the resistance of the inhabitants of Al-Quds.
The work of this session of the Arab Parliament was marked by the designation of Moroccan MP Fatima Taoussi as a member of the Joint Committee for the fight against terrorism.
The Arab Parliament also hailed the setting of the dates for the Palestinian legislative and presidential elections, deeming it as an important step forward towards the unification of the action of Palestinians, welcoming the results of the dialogue of the Palestinian factions recently organized in Cairo.
The Arab Observatory for Human Rights was also launched as an Arab mechanism for monitoring and documenting the human rights situation in Arab countries.
Morocco is represented in the first session of the third legislature by MPs Abdellatif Ben Yaacoub (Justice and Development party), Fatima Taoussi (Authenticity and Modernity party) and Bouselham El Dich (National Rally of Independents).