El Othmani: the right of women to the legacy of collective land is ignored (video)
Saad Eddine El Othmani recognized that the right of women to the legacy of collective land is ignored, recalling these rights be recognized by the Constitution, the Council of Ulema and the national legislation.
The problem of collective land, and that the legitimate owners (especially women, known as "Soulaliyates"), was the focus of a debate in the House of Councillors, as part of the monthly oral session with the head of the Government.
Since 2007 the soulaliyates claim the right to inherit in the same way as men and to take advantage of the transfer fees. It is estimated that 15 million acres of this land belongs to tribes in Morocco, including six million in the number of women is excluded during land transactions.
According to El Othmani dahirs (decrees) that must govern these countries, those in the time of the protectorate are set, be reformed.
"This law, we recognize the, is indisputable and we will do our best to solve this problem", told the premier to Le360.
He said in this connection that the National Charter in this area "almost done". "A law on this subject will be adopted at the beginning of 2018," he added.
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