Government Decides To Interact Promptly, Efficiently With Proposals By CNDH And Its Regional Delegations
The weekly cabinet meeting, convened on Thursday under the chairmanship of head of government Abdelilah Benkirane, decided to interact promptly and efficiently with proposals and complaints by the national council for human rights (CNDH) and its regional delegations in the Moroccan southern provinces namely Laayoune, Dakhla and Tan Tan, said a statement read out by communication minister and government spokesperson Mustapha El Khalfi.
In this regard, the cabinet followed a presentation by ministers of interior and of justice on the results and prospects of cooperation between the government and the CNDH as a constitutional body which plays a pivotal role to ensure the protection and respect of human rights nationally.
The government decided to establish permanent liaison points and appoint interlocutors within the ministries concerned by these complaints, while setting a three-month deadline to treat and deal with them. The government will publish the results of the 50,000 complaints, it said.
MAP 13 March 2014