Rabat - Security staff in Morocco’s royal palaces may be fired due to “professional mistakes” committed on duty.
Rabat – Security staff in Morocco’s royal palaces may be fired due to “professional mistakes” committed on duty.
Moroccan newspaper Al Massae reported on Monday that there might be some changes in the security staff protecting Morocco’s royal palaces.
A source, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the newspaper that an investigation committee affiliated with Morocco’s General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) summoned a group of security officers who committed professional mistakes for their statements.
The investigation could be an indication of an upcoming suspension or sacking.
General Mohamed Haramou, the chief of Morocco’s Royal Gendarmerie, is reportedly following the case personally and taking measures to make changes in the coming days.
The royal palaces’ security is led by Director Hassan Cherat.