Head of Government : New Development Model Based on Royal Vision that Reflects the Kingdom's Singularity through its Participatory Approach
The new development model sought by HM King Mohammed VI is based on "a royal vision of which we are proud, as it stresses the singularity of our country through its participatory and inclusive approach," said, Thursday in Rabat, Head of Government, Saad Dine El Otmani.
The last State of the Nation Address as well as the speech delivered by the Sovereign on the 66th anniversary of the Revolution of the King and the People underlined important issues related to the new development model, namely "the preparation of the contours of the new development model and the establishment of next-generation sectoral plans," El Otmani said at the opening of the Cabinet meeting.
The government has resumed its weekly meetings by invoking the High Royal Guidelines set out in these two speeches, he added.
El Otmani noted, in this regard, that HM the King underlined that this development model should be a model that is one hundred per cent Moroccan.
The Sovereign has set out the general framework of this model as well as the stages of its development and announced that this issue will be tackled by an ad-hoc committee, he added.
El Otmani also recalled that the Sovereign has urged the government to start working on major, integrated next-generation sectoral plans, which will form the backbone of the new development model.
In this regard, he said that the government will take advantage of accumulated experiences and assess various sectoral plans and public policies.
Regarding the reduction of social and regional disparities, El Otmani expressed the government's determination to continue implementing the various policies and measures aimed at reducing these disparities and to innovate in this area in the future.
He also underscored the need to support the middle class, the rural world, agriculture, youth, employment and vocational training, as HM the King pointed out in the Speech of the Revolution of the King and the People.
MAP 22 August 2019