RABART - The formation of a new government coalition and maintaining the daylight saving time are the main topics that made the headlines of editorials issued on September 30.
RABART – The formation of a new government coalition and maintaining the daylight saving time are the main topics that made the headlines of editorials issued on September 30.
“L’Economiste” is wondering why the government has announced maintaining the daylight saving time while there are pressing needs to manage activities and services in several sectors. The worst is that the announcement was made on a short notice for businesses which have already organized their assembly lines and prepared their computer systems, it added.
Nobody denies the benefits of daylight saving time in terms of energy saving, but, to make the most of it, the record must be set straight. This abrupt change less than 24 hours of the expected GMT resuming deadline is just unacceptable, it said.
“Rissala t Al Oumma” said that the promptness which marked the holding of the cabinet meeting on Saturday raises questions, adding that the head of the government is overlooking major problems to focus on the daylight saving time.
“Annahar Al Maghribia” underlines that the formation of a new majority has taken a lot of time, noting that one and a half year have elapsed because of politicians’ disagreements.
The author went on saying that this delayed formation of a new coalition was beneficial since it rekindled controversy on the results of government actions, the role of political parties, and the activation of monitoring mechanisms.
Moroccans want to foster social peace through a serious, responsible dialogue with trade unions and employers’ body, it said.