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The results of today’s Moroccan government council meeting on Thursday.

Today, Thursday, a government council meeting was held under the chairmanship of Aziz Akhannouch, dedicated to discussing several draft legal texts and proposals for appointments to high-level positions in accordance with Article 92 of the Constitution.

At the beginning of the meeting, the council discussed and approved draft decree No. 2.24.328, which defines the competencies and organization of the sector of National Education and Early Childhood Education.

According to a statement from the Ministry Delegate to the Head of Government in charge of Relations with Parliament, this project is part of the alignment with the new governmental structure defined by Royal Decree No. 1.21.111 issued on Rabi’ al-Awwal 4 (October 11, 2021), which appointed members of the government and added early childhood education and sports to the domain of national education. It is stated that this project aims to implement the provisions of Framework Law No. 51.17 related to the education, training, and scientific research system, particularly those concerning the application of governance principles and rules in managing the educational system through the revision of administrative structures and their operation methods.

The results of today's Moroccan government

The statement, a copy of which was received by Hespress, noted that this draft decree aims for a “comprehensive revision of decree No. 2.02.382 issued on July 17, 2002, concerning the definition of competencies and organization of the Ministry of National Education. It aims to define the actual competencies of the sector of National Education and Early Childhood Education, especially those related to preparing government policy in this field and overseeing its implementation in coordination with relevant ministerial sectors, bodies, and institutions, and defining the central administration structures of the sector and their respective tasks.”

The same source revealed that “the government council discussed and approved a set of draft decrees within the framework of fulfilling commitments arising from social dialogue, particularly concerning the specific statutes for the inter-ministerial bodies of administrators, engineers, and architects; the specific statute for the inter-ministerial body of editors; the compensation system for the inter-ministerial body of technicians; the specific statutes for the inter-ministerial bodies of administrative and technical assistants; and the specific statute for the inter-ministerial body of vocational training instructors.”

Additionally, discussions were held regarding the determination of compensation systems for certain public administration employees, the establishment of a compensation system for administrative progression benefiting employees and staff of the central administration, shared public administration employees, and specific ministry employees. The council also approved the specific statute for the General Inspectorate of Finance, the specific statutes for the staff of the House of Representatives and the House of Councillors, the specific statute for the employees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, the establishment of a body of legal advisors for administrations at the General Secretariat of the Government, and the determination of compensation and benefits for judges of the first, second, and third degrees, as well as for those of the exceptional and superior grades, and benefits for out-of-grade judges.

The results of today's Moroccan government

According to the aforementioned report, the government council discussed the specific statutes for the Judicial Assistance Authority, the Prison Administration and Reintegration Authority, the Supreme Judicial Council staff, and the Customs and Indirect Taxes Administration staff. Additionally, they determined the compensations and benefits for financial court judges, as well as the specific statutes for the Competition Council staff.

The same report indicated that the council approved the creation of a high-level position for a studies officer in various ministries and discussed the specific statutes for the Labor Inspection Authority, National Security staff, Cultural Affairs Ministry staff, and the Economy and Finance Ministry staff.

The government council also reviewed several draft decrees in preparation for submission to the ministerial council. These include determining the application methods of the specific statutes for Auxiliary Forces personnel, Civil Protection employees and doctors working within the General Directorate of Civil Protection and its external services, along with setting the salaries of military personnel receiving monthly wages in the Royal Armed Forces, and defining the remuneration, food allowances, and travel expenses for military personnel in the Royal Armed Forces.

The results of today's Moroccan government

The government council concluded its work by discussing and approving proposals for appointments to high-level positions in accordance with Article 92 of the Constitution. At the Ministry of Energy Transition and Sustainable Development, Saad Ashbour was appointed as Director of Administrative Affairs and Information Systems (Energy Transition Sector), Hafsa Lkhlifi as Director of Circular Economy and Pollution Control (Sustainable Development Sector), and Si Mostafa Majdoubi as Director of Resources and Information Systems (Sustainable Development Sector). At the Ministry of Transport and Logistics, Banaser Boulaajoul was appointed as Director of the National Road Safety Agency. At the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Hafid Choukri was appointed as Director of Coordination and Monitoring of Decentralized Services.

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