Al Hoceima: King Mohammed VI gives extra week to the Court of Auditors

The King had given instructions for a more comprehensive examination of the evaluation report of all Hoceima's development projects.

At the request of the first president of the Court of Auditors has King Mohammed VI granted an additional period of one week to allow the Court of Auditors to enable the examination of the evaluation report of the program "Al Manarat al Hoceima-Moutawassit" objective, accurate and professional, reports a statement by the Court of Auditors.

"His Majesty the King has kindly agreed to this request, to the Court of Auditors to define the tasks that have been entrusted under the best conditions".

As a reminder, on 2 October had King Mohammed VI met with the head of the Government, the Minister of the Interior, the Minister of economy and finance, and the first president of the Supreme Council of the Court of Auditors, in the Royal Palace in Rabat

During that meeting, the two ministers to the conclusions of the evaluation report on the implementation of the regional development programme Al Hoceima Manarat al Moutawassit submitted to the King. The report was carried out on the orders of the King and concerned the relevant officials in charge of the program at the time of its implementation, including those who are no longer in service.

King Mohammed VI reviewed the explanation concerning the delay or failure to carry out some parts of the development program, where the risk of embezzlement or fraud was excluded. The King gave this, as a matter of principle of honesty and transparency, are instructions to the first president of the High Council of the Court of Auditors, Driss Jettou, to a more extensive within 10 days to investigate the case and to the implementation of the projects evaluate, in addition to the usual tasks of the Court of Auditors checks that the public finances.

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