News: Headlines from the Moroccan Press: Saturday, July 17, 2021
LE MATIN DU SAHARA:
Eid Al-Adha 1442: Commercial Transactions Will Realize a Turnover of More Than MAD 12 Billion:
Commercial transactions of slaughter animals on the occasion of Eid Al-Adha 1442 will achieve a turnover exceeding MAD 12 billion, predicted the Ministry of Agriculture, Maritime Fisheries, Rural Development and Water and Forests. Much of this turnover will be transferred to the rural environment, allowing farmers to meet the expenses of other agricultural activities, especially during the start of the next agricultural season 2021-2022, said the ministry in a statement...
More than 1.2 million beneficiaries in the 2020-2021 season:
The number of beneficiaries of programs to combat illiteracy under the 2020-2021 school year has exceeded, for the fourth consecutive year, the million mark, and this despite the exceptional circumstances related to the pandemic, said, Thursday in Rabat, the Head of Government, Saad Dine El Otmani. Speaking at a meeting on the occasion of the seventh session of the Board of Directors of the National Agency to Combat Illiteracy (ANLCA), Mr. El Otmani said that 1,200,644 people have benefited from this program, stressing that this figure is an important achievement and a source of pride...
Members of Parliament are entitled to feel a legitimate pride in the legislative performance. It is up to the government to seek to follow the measure:
The President of the House of Representatives, Habib El Malki, sent clear messages to Spain during the press conference held Thursday afternoon at the end of the closing of the April session. "Spain has not been able to get rid until today of the civilizational complex towards the Kingdom of Morocco," hammered Habib El Malki before adding that this country "still lives in the era of the Crusades and not in the 21st century..."
Public administrations must review their spending to gain efficiency:
In the post-Covid era, governments should focus on building resilience to crises and regaining the trust of citizens, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)...