HM the King Receives the Ten Elected Members of Supreme Council of Judiciary
His Majesty King Mohammed VI, Commander of the Faithful, President of the Supreme Council of the Judiciary (CSPJ), received on Monday at the Rabat Royal Palace, the ten elected members of the Council.
They are the representatives of the magistrates of the courts of appeal, the judges:
- Abdellah Maouni, advisor to the court of appeal of Tangier,
- Souad Koukass, deputy public prosecutor at the Rabat court of appeal,
- Zoubir Boutalaa, advisor to the court of appeal of Casablanca, and
- Abdellatif Tahar, advisor to the court of appeal of Nador.
They are also the representatives of the judges of first instance courts:
- Abdellatif Chentouf, judge at the commercial court of Rabat,
- Younes Zouhri, president of the Court of first instance of Essaouira,
- Othmane Loukili, public prosecutor at the Court of 1st instance of Targuiste,
- Mustapha Rizki, judge at the first instance court of Mohammedia,
- Amina El Malki, president of the first instance court of Azrou, and
- Nezha Moussafir, judge at the court of first instance of Marrakech.
On this occasion, the newly elected members of the Supreme Council of the Judiciary were sworn in before His Majesty the King.
This audience took place in the presence of Mohamed Abdennabaoui, president delegate of the Supreme Council of the Judiciary.
In accordance with article 115 of the Constitution, the CSPJ, chaired by His Majesty the King, is composed of the first president of the court of cassation as president delegate, the public prosecutor at the court of cassation, the president of the first chamber of the court of cassation, four representatives of the judges of the courts of appeal, elected by these judges from among themselves and six representatives of the judges of the courts of first instance, elected by these judges from among themselves.
They are also the Ombudsman, the president of the National Council for Human Rights, as well as five personalities appointed by HM the King, recognized for their competence, impartiality and probity and for their distinguished contribution to the independence of justice and the rule of law.
MAP 17 January 2022