Twenty-one Killed in Road Accidents in Morocco’s Urban Areas Last Week

These accidents were mainly due to non-respect of priority, excessive speeding, non-control of vehicles and pedestrian and driver errors, the source pointed out in a statement. A total of 39,493 traffic tickets were issued by the police during the same week. The sum of fines paid by road traffic violators stood at 6,819,575 dirhams, the statement said.   Source: Agency […]

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Elections: Legal action taken against Moussi, Mansour, Abbou, Makhlouf and Mourou [Upd 1]

Legal proceedings were initiated against Abir Moussi, Omar Mansour, Mohamed Abbou, Seifeddine Makhlouf and Abdelfattah Mourou on the basis of Articles 57, 68, 69, 154 and 155 of the election law and the Audit Court’s reports on the 2019 legislative and presidential elections. The public prosecutor ordered on January 14 legal action to be taken against these persons in their […]

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Digital Justice, One of Pillars of Judicial System Comprehensive Reform (Official)

Speaking at the opening of an international seminar under the theme “legislative basis for the digitization of judicial proceedings”, Daki said that the establishment of the fundamentals of digital justice, so as to ensure the strengthening of the infrastructure of court information systems, provide secure programs related to the management of judicial proceedings, and improve the performance of the courts, […]

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Digitization of Judicial Procedures, Strategic Large-scale Project for Comprehensive Reform of Justice (Minister)

Speaking at the opening of an international seminar under the theme “legislative basis for the digitization of judicial procedures,” Ouahbi said that, according to the recommendations of judiciary system reform charter, the efficiency of justice and the establishment of fundamentals of the digital court require the adoption of modern means of communication to accelerate judicial proceedings and computerize the files […]

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Texas synagogue hostage-taker was a British citizen; two arrested in England

A gunman who took four people hostage at a Dallas-area synagogue and was himself killed as federal agents stormed the temple was identified on Sunday as a British citizen, while police in England said they had detained two teenagers for questioning in the investigation. The daylong siege at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, about 16 miles northeast of […]

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Jerandi holds telephone talks with UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

Strengthening the democratic process in Tunisia and guaranteeing rights and freedoms were the focus of a telephone conversation on Monday between Minister of Foreign Affairs, Migration and Tunisians Abroad Othman Jerandi and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet. The telephone conversation focused on developments in Tunisia, particularly in light of the measures announced by Head of State Kais […]

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