The Council of Government, meeting Monday in videoconference mode, adopted the draft decree n ° 2.21.677 taken for the application of the law 06.20 on the dissolution and liquidation of the Office of marketing and export (OCE).
A press release published at the end of the Council indicates that this draft decree was drawn up in execution of the royal guidelines, contained in the King’s speech on the occasion of the Feast of the Throne, calling for the launch of a profound reform of the sector. public to correct the structural dysfunctions of public establishments and enterprises (EEP).
It is also, adds the same source, to implement the provisions of Law 06.20, in particular articles 5 and 9, in a context where the OCE is experiencing organizational dysfunctions.
The said draft decree provides, among other things, for the creation of a commission and the determination of the liquidation measures of the Office and the terms of transfer of its assets to the State, as well as the establishment of the list of participations, movable and immovable property, the ownership of which will be transferred from the OCE to the State.
It is also a question of determining the list of public establishments to which the staff and contractors of the Office will be transferred and reinstated.
On the other hand, the Council adopted draft decree n ° 2.21.707 relating to the authorization of compensation for members of the National Commission for the Protection of Personal Data (CNDP).
This draft decree aims to determine the compensation benefiting members of the CNDP, created by Law No. 09.08 relating to the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data, as well as members of the standing committees and ad hoc which it creates in accordance with article 42 of the said law.