New Anti-Corruption Commission appointed by Mohammed VI

Afaf Fahchouch
Afaf Fahchouch
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New members of the National Commission for the prevention of and fight against corruption are appointed by King Mohammed VI.

This new procedure aims to reduce the challenges of corruption through 12 members plus the president, according to the royal official’s statement.

Furthermore, The new committee will be responsible for the implementation of anti-corruption policies and consolidating the principles of good governance, the values of responsible citizenship and the culture of public utility.

The statement added, that this appointment will complete the composition of national institutions and facilitate their tasks conferred by the Constitution.

The new committee includes Ahmed Laamoumri as Secretary general of the Authority and Bachir Rachdi as chairman of this Authority, also Abdeslam Imani, Abdessamad Saddouq, Dounia Ben Abbas Taarji, and Nadia Annouz.

InĀ  addition, Mrs Ghita Lahlou, Mrs Naima Benwakrim, Mr Rachid Lamoudar and Mr Abdelmounim Mouhsini are appointed by the Head of the Government Aziz Akhannouch as members of the anti-corruption Authority.

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