Rabat - The commission in charge of investigating the delays involved in implementing Al Hoceima’s development program will submit its detailed report to King Mohammad VI ahead of the Throne Celebration on July 30, according to Moroccan newspaper Akhbar Alyaoum.
Rabat – The commission in charge of investigating the delays involved in implementing Al Hoceima’s development program will submit its detailed report to King Mohammad VI ahead of the Throne Celebration on July 30, according to Moroccan newspaper Akhbar Alyaoum.
The sources of the daily said that the members of the commission, headed by the newly appointed general inspector of the Ministry of the Interior, Zineb El Adaoui, have embarked on a race against time to inspect the files related to the management of the projects. Of particular interest is the “Al Hoceima Manarat Al Motawaist” project in Al-Houceima and a determination of the stakeholders responsible for the delay of the implementation of this and other projects.
The same source added that investigators have already begun the hearing of the secretaries-general of the ministerial departments concerned for the development program of the city of Al Hoceima.
Alongside these hearings, Akhbar al-Yaoum added that another commission is currently interviewing ministry department heads, while another is conducting visits to sites in Al Hoceima where projects should be being implemented.
As the crisis in the Rif continues, the government has been hoping that news of speeding up the realization of development projects in the region, especially the “Al Hoceima Manarat Al Motawaist” mega project, launched by King Mohammed VI in 2015, will help alleviate the tension.
In a live television appearance on Saturday night, head of government, Saad Eddine El Othmani, said “I want to say to the inhabitants of Al Hoceima that the government is dealing with your demands with serious. The projects which were launched are taken care of. Every week there is going to be a meeting between the ministers in charge of the departments supervising the projects of ‘Al Hoceima Manarat Al Motawasit.’ Also, the investigation that King Mohammed VI ordered to determine the causes of the delay of projects will be carried out all the way to the end. People will be held accountable.”