Rabat - 60 percent of the current government’s time is dedicated to reforming the past government’s problems, said Lahcen Daoudi, Minster of Higher Education, Scientific Research, and Training.
Rabat – 60 percent of the current government’s time is dedicated to reforming the past government’s problems, said Lahcen Daoudi, Minster of Higher Education, Scientific Research, and Training.
During a public session in The House of Advisors assigned to estimate Morocco’s public policies on wealth production, Daoudi said the current government’s slow progress [to step forward remarkably] is attributed to a series of obstructions and challenging accumulations caused by previous governments.
Daoudi added that citizens ask why the government’s achievement is slow, without being aware that the government cannot accelerate on a rugged road destroyed by the previous governments.
The Minister highlighted the major important role that the current government played under the supervision of the ruling Party of Justice and Development (PJD).
“Don’t say that we have not done anything in the higher educational sector. You should compare it to the 10 previous years to notice the difference,” Daoudi said.
Daoudi went on to add that the number of beds in Moroccan university dormitories increased from 33,000 to 55,000 under the current government. To contrast to the former government’s achievements, from 2001 to 2011 the number increased only from 32,000 to 33,000.
Daoudi highlighted the further increase of graduate students during the past five years. He said that between 2015 and 2016, the number of graduates reached 102,000, unlike in 2012, when the number of graduates was 71,000.