Paris - Morocco and France have established the 2014 action plan for cooperation in the field of justice, announced Friday in Paris, Moroccan and French Justice Ministers, Mustapha Ramid and Christiane Taubira respectively.
Paris – Morocco and France have established the 2014 action plan for cooperation in the field of justice, announced Friday in Paris, Moroccan and French Justice Ministers, Mustapha Ramid and Christiane Taubira respectively.
This plan provides for the consolidation of judicial independence, strengthening the protection of rights and freedoms, increasing efficiency of the justice system, the expansion of the institutional capacity of the judiciary, and the modernization of the judicial administration, they said at a press conference following a working session on the occasion of the visit of minister Ramid in France.
Speaking at the conference, Ms.Taubira pointed out that several seminars will be organized in 2014 in Morocco and France on these issues, welcoming the “intense, deep and strong” bilateral cooperation in the judicial field.
The French official said the visit of Ramid in France is also part of his tour in several countries to learn about the various international experiences in the field of judicial reform.
For his part, Ramid stressed that his visit to France was an occasion to launch a frank and fruitful dialogue to strengthen French-Moroccan relations in the judicial field,stressing the importance of the reform of this field, launched thanks to the commitment of HM King Mohammed VI.