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Morocco's Minister of Equipment Abdelkader Amara
Rabat - Jamila Omar

Morocco's Minister of Equipment, Transport, Logistics and Water, Abdelkader Amara, highlighted the important role played by the construction sector and public works, especially entrepreneurship, in taking off national economic growth and providing job opportunities for a number of young Moroccans.
He stressed the important role played by the construction sector and public works. He also talked about modernization of the sector on the one hand and the development of excellence and global radiation on the other. He explained that the strategy adopted in this sector is based on horizontal trends based on comprehensive development.
He added that the party gives priority to the issues of the citizens, saying that they held a meeting recently to discuss the different issues related to the citizens and issued a statement to clarify our position from the protests witnessed in Hassima.
He added, “The protests in the first six months in the countryside were peaceful and the security authorities did not intervene. There was respect in the expression and protest of the rural people, although there were objections and observations regarding the delay of the local authorities and the government in dialogue with representatives of mobility and delays in the completion of projects in the region.”
However, he blamed the role performed by the Interior Ministry during the recent period, saying that such a dealing reflects the problem facing the security institution in the country. He stressed that they turned to use the violence against the protesters in a clear violation against the rules of dealing with demonstrations.
The political leader questioned what the previous government has presented in the last five years, pointing out that the current government does not fully assume the responsibility in the protests. He stressed that the government proved its inability to contact with the people in the streets.
He added that the delay in the formation of the Moroccan government for over five months after the recent parliamentary elections performed a major role to fuel the situation in the area, saying that the government did not take serious action to resolve the problems of the citizens or to hold a dialogue with them. He added that that the current government adopts a new direction and Appeared at the last meeting and its main objective was to meet the demands of the rural population

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