Morocco's Africanism Is Not ‘Conjunctural”, But Belonging to Very Great Civilization (Azoulay)
Moroccan Africanism is not “conjunctural” or the result of a political strategy, but it is a question of belonging to a very great civilization, André Azoulay, HM King Mohammed VI’s Advisor, said.
“Our Africanism is not conjunctural and is not the result of a political strategy (...), but it is a belonging to a very great civilization”, Azoulay stressed Friday in Marrakech at a conference held on the sidelines of the 4th Al-Haouz Festival under the theme “For Peace and Coexistence”.
“We should all be collectively in a state of resistance (...) in the name of our history, our religions, our values and this magnificent project of a new Morocco”, Azoulay said.
The 4th Al-Haouz Festival was organized on July 7-14 under the theme "Intangible Heritage: Morocco in its African roots", on the initiative of the Al-Haouz Association for Culture, Education and Development.
MAP 16 July 2017