Judge imposes penalties on after collapse building in Casablanca

The Court in Ain Sebaa in Casablanca has sentences ranging from 10 months to 5 years ' imprisonment pronounced against the eight defendants prosecuted in the case of the collapse of a building in Sbata, in Casablanca.

The suspects, who had been on remand, were prosecuted for death by debt, corruption and the construction of buildings without planning permission. With the collapse of the building were four people in August 2016.

Doing so, the Court is the main suspect of the case, namely the owner of the building, sentenced to 5 years in prison and a fine of 10,000 dirhams. A technician was sentenced to 3 years in prison and a fine of 8000 dirham.

The Court of appeal also has two years and a fine of 1000 dirham to two engineers While a third engineer was sentenced to a year and a half and the payment of a fine of 1000 dirham. An inspector was given a year prison and a fine of 1000 dirham. Two other accomplices for the collapse of the building were given 10 months and fined 1000 dirham.