Rabat - Morocco deported on Thursday a Spanish woman, who is part of the international movement called Femen.
Rabat – Morocco deported on Thursday a Spanish woman, who is part of the international movement called Femen.
“A Spanish woman, who entered on Tuesday the national territory to sponsor unauthorized actions led as part of offensives by foreign organizations supporting moral deviation, was given on Wednesday a new deportation order,” said a statement by the Interior Ministry, noting that this person was already given a deportation order dated May 22.
The Spanish woman, who seeks to promote the right of homosexuals and lesbians in the country, had received already a deportation order on May 22.
To foil the vigilance of Moroccan authorities and enter Morocco again, the Spanish woman used a new passport bearing a different identity.
“The Spanish national returned to Morocco with a new passport bearing a different identity, while her first passport was still valid until 2019,” said the statement issued on Thursday.
Given the gravity of these actions, the Interior Minister contacted his Spanish peer to explain the fact that this woman was given two Spanish passports with different identities to thwart the vigilance of Moroccan authorities, it said.
In addition, the political advisor of the Spanish embassy in Morocco (in the ambassador’s absence) was also summoned to provide his government’s explanations on this matter, it added.
He was also asked to give details on the organizations supporting this person is her hostility acts against Morocco, said the same source.
The activity undertaken by this women is linked to activities by two French women who were expelled on Tuesday.