The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Dr. Mohamed Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou, gave Friday night in Marrakech, a speech to participants at the first conference on good governance organized by the Institute AMADE.
Two days, the conference discussed issues related to human rights, economic development and social progress and cultural development.
It was attended by North African and European personalities, representatives of the United Nations and the European Union, international NGOs, institutes of international human rights, university professors and specialists in good governance, human rights, decentralization and development.
In his speech which was delivered before reading the final communiqué of the conference, the Minister said that "strengthening the building of our young States experience ups and downs, like what happened recently in our country that was a pioneer in the field of democracy. "
But more important, he added, is "not to accept an unhealthy situation that led to a conflictual relationship between the state and nation."
Dr Mohamed Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou said that "the transition from one situation to another would experience some decline," explaining that it can be "revived on a sound carrier solutions to unexpected failures or a serious resignation over the responsibility. "
The minister also stressed that the important thing about this is to avoid skidding and nervousness and to work to ensure that the reform process is constructive and sincere.