He left the Government Council, meeting this Thursday under the chairmanship of the Head of Government, Aziz Akhannouch, full membership under the conditions set by the Minister of National Education, Primary Education and Sports, Chakib Benmoussa, in terms of embracing the teaching career and reforms undertaken for education in general.
The Minister Delegate in charge of Relations with Parliament, Government Spokesperson, Mustapha Baitas, declared in this regard, during a press briefing after the Council, that it was necessary to shake the coconut palm and that, ” Morocco needs radical reforms and a lot of daring and no favoritism “. The spokesperson always correctly indicated that ” a number of national reports and studies have found that the education sector is not doing well “, Noting that” THEeducation is one of the priorities of the current government, and it will work to implement the required reform “.
In response to questions from reporters, Baitas said that “ the government, which has a clear vision of the needs in the education sector, has the firm intention of reforming it, hoping to do so that the dialogue with all its components will be fruitful “. The spokesperson recalled that ” when the Executive took over public affairs, and even before that, it was clear that Education would be one of its priorities.
In addition, the Minister Delegate in charge of relations with the Parliament and spokesperson denied that a case of the new Omicron variant had been detected in the Kingdom and indicated that the government and particularly the Ministry of Health, is closely monitoring this. is currently happening in the world with regard to the epidemiological situation after its appearance as well as the evolution of the Delta virus. ” The main role of government is the protection of citizens “He indicated, adding” that there will be a great reflection within the government and the scientific committee, of a fortnight in order to take the decisions concerning the restrictive measures within the framework of the good management of the pandemic and thus, to relieve somewhat, the tourist sector. Regarding social dialogue with employees in the health sector, Baitas declared that “ the Covid-19 pandemic has concretely demonstrated that the sacrifices and the strong involvement of men and women on the front line have enabled our country to overcome the health crisis “.
The Council of Government, adopted the bill n ° 80.21 establishing the national agricultural register. This draft was the subject of wide consultations with the various ministerial departments, institutions and bodies concerned, noting that various observations were taken into account during its preparation. It is made up of 19 articles divided into 5 chapters dealing with the objectives of the agricultural register and its content, the modalities for registering agricultural holdings in the register as well as the modalities of its management. It falls within the framework of the implementation of the objectives of the Green Morocco Plan and of the new “Generation Green 2020-2030” strategy, this register will make it possible to provide a structural database on agricultural holdings. he argued. “The Green Morocco Plan is one of the largest plans that have merged the small farmer in terms of support and subsidies”, stressing that “farmers of less than 5 hectares benefit from 100% support”, stressing ” the effort made by the government to rehabilitate the small farmer “.
Photographic Report Mounir Mehimdate