Suspicion of forgery accompanies the transfer of a professor in Rhamna.

The announcement of the transitional movement results by the Ministry of National Education, Primary Education, and Sports has stirred significant controversy at the regional directorate in Rhamna. This controversy revolves around the facilitation of a primary school teacher’s transfer. Subsequently, the National Association for Human Rights in Morocco has taken up this issue, urging both the Minister of National Education, Primary Education, and Sports, and the Attorney General of the Marrakech Court of Appeal to conduct a transparent and impartial investigation into allegations from Rhamna’s directorate. These allegations concern the suspected forgery of marriage documents by a teacher closely associated with the director of human resources at the mentioned directorate, allegedly to facilitate her transfer to a position at the Central Nawaji Institution and join her spouse.

In a message received by the electronic newspaper Hespress, the association clarified that the transfer was based on a forged marriage contract and a work certificate falsely identifying another person as her spouse, thereby unlawfully preventing others from applying for the same position. They further noted that the teacher involved is single and that her transfer request did not comply with administrative protocols, as it was signed directly by the department head without the official endorsement of the institution’s director.

The human rights association demanded that necessary administrative actions be taken against all involved in the forgery process, pursuing charges of betrayal, abuse of authority and position, and falsification of documents under articles 243 and 352 of the Moroccan Penal Code. They also called for the rightful transfer to be restored to those who legally applied for it.

Each academic year, the transitional movement process at the regional directorate of Rhamna sparks controversy and discontent. In 2016, for example, the local branch of the National Union of Education (FDSH) described it as a chaotic process that undermines the credibility and transparency of all transitional movements. It criticized the unequal opportunities among participants, which deprive many of positions crucial for their psychological, social, and economic stability. Issues highlighted include concealing vacant positions, failing to announce eligible positions for some participants, and discrepancies in regional and local participations without releasing national movement results.

To uncover the truth about the recent transitional movement in Rhamna, the director of human resources at the directorate confirmed his willingness to provide insights and clarifications to both ministerial and regional committees investigating the matter. Meanwhile, Moulay Ahmed Lakhrimi, the regional director of the Marrakech-Safi Academy, stated that administrative measures had been taken by the administration some time ago.



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