The reform of the education sector, the latest decision of the Constitutional Council on the Rules of Procedure of the House of Representatives, and the relationship between the executive and the legislative branches are the key issues that dominated the editorials of Moroccan dailies on Wednesday.
“Le Soir Echos” argues that “on the eve of the school year and while waiting for the first guidelines of the Higher Council for Education to be developed, it is almost needless to remind teachers of the nobility and importance of their task, to appeal to the civism in each to avoid absenteeism, to teach the curriculum with integrity and passion, and to preserve public property.”
Commenting on the latest decision of the Constitutional Council, on the rules of procedure of the House of Representatives, “Bayan Al Youm” notes that this decision has finally put an end to a big controversy.
“Al Ahdath Al Maghribia” stresses that “the prime minister said at a meeting of his party last Sunday the same thing he has been saying since his appointment as head of the government about the promised reform that has not yet materialized as the government begins its second year. “
For its part, “Risalah Al Umma” touches on the recent debate between the government and parliament about the institution with priority to propose laws. In this sense, the article wonders “whether the government has the right to monopolize the development of legislation or whether there is a need to promote complementarity between the government and parliament on the matter.”