RNI ‘Ready’ to Work with All Parties that Share its Vision and Principles – RNI President –

The National Rally of Independents (RNI), which came first in the legislative elections of September 8, is ready to work with confidence and responsibility with all parties that share its principles and vision to meet the various challenges under the wise leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, said Thursday in Rabat, the party president, Aziz Akhannouch. At a press conference the day after the announcement of the partial results of these elections, Akhannouch noted that the party’s electoral program, which includes 5 commitments and 25 measures, will form the basis for negotiations with national parties to form a strong and coherent majority that can make a break with the past on the basis of a common vision and an ambitious governmental program that goes hand in hand with the vision of His Majesty the King and the expectations of Moroccans. The objective of the party is to form a solid majority capable of implementing the major guidelines and structuring projects launched by HM the King and to complete the development process under the leadership of the Sovereign, guarantor of the democratic experience in the Kingdom, he stressed. “The main commitment of the party is to work seriously as long as we enjoy the confidence of citizens, in order to improve their daily lives, achieve their aspirations and regain confidence in their representatives,” added the president of the RNI. “The common thread of the RNI’s project is to offer Moroccans the alternative to which they aspire,” said Akhannouch, noting that “our goal has never been to confront a political current or a specific party, but rather to respond to the initiative of activists of the RNI aspiring to build a strong formation that interacts with the expectations of citizens.” The goal of the RNI, in the context of the repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic, is to show the way of hope to build a strong and resilient society to the hazards of life and that takes care of the elderly, people with disabilities and families who live in poverty and precariousness, he added. “We have the opportunity to invest in the health system, promote employment, regain confidence in the national economy, reform the education system, regain the dignity and respect between citizens and the administration,” he said, adding that a great deal of work remains to be done with the need to redouble efforts to achieve the vision of the Sovereign, consolidate the achievements of the rule of law, promote the national economy and ensure equal opportunities for all citizens”.