Global Water Management: Morocco Participates in 2023 UN Parliamentary Hearing
United Nations – The Parliamentary Hearing at the United Nations for the year 2023 kicked off, Monday in New York, with the participation of Morocco, represented by a delegation of both houses of parliament.
The Moroccan delegation to this two-day event is composed of representatives Ahmed Touizi, president of the Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM), Mustapha Raddad, of the National Rally of Independents (RNI) and Omar Hejira, of the Istiqlalien Group of Unity and Egalitarianism, both members of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), which is co-hosting the event with the Office of the President of the UN General Assembly.
The delegation is also composed of Khaddouj Slassi, member of the Socialist Group in the House of Representatives, Kamal Ait Mik, member of the RNI Group in the House of Advisors, Hassan Choumais, member of the Authenticity and Modernity Group in the same House, Abdelouahed Darouich, general advisor in charge of parliamentary diplomacy and Said Satraouy, head of division of international relations at the House of Representatives.
The Parliamentary Hearing at the United Nations, held under the theme “Water for People and Planet: Stop the waste, change the game, invest in the future,” will bring a parliamentary perspective to the UN Water Conference to be held from March 22 to 24, 2023, in New York, organizers said.