The Minister Delegate in charge of digital transition and administrative reform, Ghita Mezzour, said that 3,832 administrative procedures falling within the competence of public administrations have been identified and examined as part of the measures taken by her department for the implementation of Law 55.19 relating to the simplification of administrative procedures and formalities.
Responding to an oral question from the Socialist group in the House of Representatives on “the multiplicity of administrative procedures”, the Minister Delegate indicated that her department has initiated several actions with a view to the implementation of the said law, listing and examining a total of 3,832 procedures falling within the competence of public administrations, of which 2,700 are published on the “Idarati.ma” site and 800 have been withdrawn because they have no legal basis, welcoming in this regard the adhesion of public administrations to this project.
The delegated ministry is working today on simplifying administrative procedures and organizing awareness-raising and training campaigns aimed at the administration for optimal implementation of this law, she added.
In response to another question on “reducing the digital divide in rural and mountainous areas”, asked by the Haraki group, Ghita Mezzour underlined that the number of Internet subscribers has reached 33,860,000, while the Internet park very high speed broadband with fiber optics experienced an annual growth of 81.91% to reach 330,185 subscribers.
Regarding rural and mountainous areas, the national plan for the development of high and very high speed 2018-2023 aims to provide coverage for the benefit of 10,740 regions, said the Minister Delegate, noting that to date 7,450 of them have already been covered.
The regions difficult to cover by land will benefit through the “Viasat” initiative which is based on satellite technology, she assured, specifying that this project was financed by the Universal Telecommunications Service Fund (FSUT ).