The European Parliament voted on Tuesday in favour of an EU trade deal with Morocco that will include fishing rights off the disputed coast of the Western Sahara. Some 415 MEPs voted in favour of deal with 189 against and 49 abstentions. Human Rights Watch to first take the matter to the European Court of Justice.
MEPs are set to rubber-stamp a trade deal with Morocco to fish off the disputed coastline of the Western Sahara. Human Rights Watch have stepped in to point out the deal could be in breach of international law.