Govt. Majority Hails ‘Very Good’ Midterm Results

The Presidency of the Government Majority hailed its “very good” midterm results, which the Head of Government will present before the Parliament after the opening of the April session.    The Presidency of the Government Majority will launch a public debate on these results within the parliament as well as in the media and the public sphere, according to a press release published following a meeting, held Thursday evening, under the chairmanship of Aziz Akhannouch, President of the National Rally of Independents (RNI), Fatima Ezzahra El Mansouri, Coordinator of the collegial management of the Secretariat-General of the Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM) alongside Mohamed Mehdi Bensaid and Salaheddine Aboughali, and Nizar Baraka, Secretary General of the Istiqlal Party (PI).    These positive results reflect the firm political will of the government to implement economic reforms and consolidate the social State foundations, as well as its respect for the government program commitments, the same source underlined.    The Presidency of the Government Majority also welcomed “the spirit of cohesion and cooperation that marks the government’s relations with the parliamentary majority groups, as well as the major roles that these groups play in matters of legislation, control of government action and parliamentary diplomacy”, the same source noted, stressing the need for further strengthening the spirit of solidarity and mutual cooperation within the framework of complementarity, close coordination and listening as well as interaction with the different components of the opposition.    It also reaffirmed the will of the three parties to continue their coordination, joint action and cooperation at the level of the coalitions to ensure the management of local governing bodies at the local, provincial and regional levels, while ensuring the success of this experience, given the significant opportunities it offers for the implementation of public policies, in accordance with the proximity policy and with the required effectiveness and efficiency.    Welcoming the ongoing social dialogue between the government and the most representative unions, the presidency of the government presidency expressed the hope that this dialogue will be fruitful, reiterating its support for the major reforms that the government will launch soon on institutional, legal and social levels, which would guarantee good governance, sustainability of reforms and social stability.