The Superior Council of Audiovisual Communication (CSCA) sent a warning to Hit Radio for degrading remarks harming women made by a speaker in the Momo Ramadan Show.
The CSCA is once again cracking down on Hit Radio by issuing a warning to it for the comments made during the Momo Ramadan Show on April 26 during the subject devoted to the conflict between the actors Najat Kheirallah and Tarik El Boukhari.
After scrutinizing the program, the CSCA considered that the comments made by a speaker were discriminatory and pejorative towards women.
The CSCA therefore ruled that the warning should be sent to Moroccan radio for violating the legal provisions and those of the specifications of the radio service Hit Radio, relating to the fight against stereotypical images undermining the dignity of women. , protection and respect for private life and control of the antenna.