The Board of Directors (CA) of the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM), meeting on Friday, validated the candidacy of the pair, Chakib Alj and Mehdi Tazi, for a second term as President of the Confederation.
A press release from the Confederation indicates that after having taken note of the report of the Electoral Monitoring Committee, established according to article 7.2 of the Internal Regulations of the Confederation, the Board validated the candidacy of the pair, Chakib Alj and Mehdi Tazi, candidates respectively for the positions of President and Vice-President General, who meets all the eligibility conditions provided for by the Statutes and the Internal Regulations of the CGEM.
This Board of Directors was also an opportunity for the pair to present the results of the 2020-2023 term of office, which was marked by an unprecedented global economic situation creating major challenges for companies.
The presidency of the CGEM took the opportunity to thank all the stakeholders of the CGEM – Federations, CGEM Regions, Commissions, Parliamentary Group and Internal Team – for their unfailing mobilization and commitment throughout this mandate rich in achievements.
The Directors, in turn, congratulated and thanked the Presidency of the CGEM for the quality of the work carried out, its attentiveness, its pragmatism and its proximity to economic operators. Finally, during this Council, Chakib Alj announced that the CGEM has received the resignation of Abdelilah Hifdi, Administrator of the Confederation, of the Higher Council for Education, Training and Scientific Research.