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Moroccan King Mohammed VI on Monday (July 29, 2019) instructed the Prime Minister to raise proposals for the replacement and renewal of government and administrative positions with high-level national competencies on the basis of competence and merit.

"The renewal of the national development model is not an end in itself, but an entrance to the new phase, which we want, with God's help and support, to drive Morocco into it," King Mohammed VI said in a speech to the nation on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of his accession to the throne. Responsibility and take-off ", according to the Moroccan newspaper Hesperis electronic.

"The success of this new phase requires the involvement of all national institutions and actors in giving a new breath to the economic and social development process of our country," he said.

"In addition to the important role that various national institutions must play, I would like to emphasize the need to engage the Moroccan citizen as one of the most important actors in the success of this stage," he added.

King Mohammed VI called on "all Moroccans to contribute positively to the spirit of effective citizenship because the results we aspire to, and the projects and initiatives that we offer, have one objective: to improve the living conditions of citizens." He pointed out that the new phase "will know a new generation of projects.

In his speech marking the 20th anniversary of his accession to the throne, the king also called for a final break with what he described as "negative behaviors and manifestations, spreading values ​​of work and responsibility, entitlement and equal opportunities."

It is noteworthy that King Mohammed VI spoke in his first speeches after taking over the throne in 1999, succeeding his late father Hassan II, on unemployment, poverty and social differences, as one of the main dilemmas in Morocco. He was called "King of the Poor" at the beginning of his reign, reflecting the aspirations and hopes of a wide range of Moroccans to overcome these dilemmas.

A / Z.A. (AFP, AFP)

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