By Aziz Daouda
By Aziz Daouda
One is wondering about the quality of medicines following the steep drop in their price and the other concern is for medical services, especially now that this field is going to be open to investment.
Dr. El Ouardi, the Minister of Health, who is quick to remind us that he belongs to the left and that the measures taken have targeted everyone, has made a convincing case given the steps he has taken. His logic is simple: expertise and effective orientation will increase its value and upgrade its quality
There is thus a great hope for finally setting up a real strategy in the field of health, one of the issues that present challenges to our development.
Hoping that our future Minister of Health, for there will be one one day, will not annul all that without even giving this vision the opportunity to be seen to fruition and subsequently evaluated.
Last Wednesday, at Marsattack, Mr. Amine Birouk read the answer of the FIBA to the letter of the provisional committee that was named for managing Basketball.
I wish that international federations would guarantee a certain degree of universal ethics. Yet, honestly, this letter is simply unacceptable.
It is certainly inspired by interference or a vicious complaint and a malicious party from our home.
This letter is a humiliation for the Ministry of a sovereign country, who has just tried to help basketball get out of a very disastrous situation that has lasted for a long time.
The question we should now be asking is where the FIBA has been for the last two years, especially since some parties have been trying hard to obstruct the second most popular sport in the country.
How could a country be blamed for openly expressing its desire to save its basketball?
Let’s move quickly to football and to the pride the Raja team members have made us feel.
Raja, we all owe you a bow of respect.
I had missed such strong emotions from another life, emotions that one can only feel as their team unites and rises to its potential. Such a rush of adrenaline can only come from great performances in sports, and this is what Raja has graciously given Morocco.
A few minutes after we heard the final whistle of the match and watched Raja’s players surround the majestic Ronaldinho, the score of 3 to 1 should be proudly showcased to those who never trusted this Moroccan football team.
Yet, they have again made us feel proud. Our young ones do not ask for anything but work. It is true that our football league is weak, but it is valuable. There is great potential, which requires work that we do not do as it should be. That’s ridiculous, isn’t it?
Our young ones only need to work but so hard to become brilliant. I have always had the proof. Yet they rarely have the occasion to do it.
In fact, we have an urgent need for competent, honest, and motivated managers that can rise to the occasion and cultivate teams’ performances.
Unfortunately respecting the principles of high performance is very slow to be implemented, and it still remains to be seen if this could become a natural reflex in our sport.
I am convinced of it without even waiting for the final result against Bayern. I believe that Raja has the essential ingredients of a national team that will be present and ready for the African Cup of Nations (CAN).
Translated into English by Karima Ouerjani