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the politicians of Morocco and the money

Title the politicians of Morocco and the money
Slug money
Created Friday, 06-Apr-18 14:40:09 UTC
Modified 2018-04-06 14:40:09
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- the majority of politicians in Morocco are very rich, they are suspected of amassing fortunes without worrying about transparency, moreover some of them became rich overnight, by grabbing fertile land, and transport authorizations given by the Minister of Interior graciously to politicians close to the power, and also authorizations for fishing on the high seas.
-Most of our politicians have money in foreign banks in the West, while according to the laws? the Moroccan has no right to send more than 10,000 DH abroad per year.
-To prevent the politician to use the political power to get rich, the politician must focus on one function within the political apparatus, it must be either parliamentary, mayor or a local elected politician , and not all at once without doing a single job properly while being generously paid.
- politicians must declare their fortunes before exercising their functions within the administration and after.
-Moroccan parliamentarians are among the best paid in Mena South zone, 35,000 DH, in Tunisia 10,000 DH
-we must lower the salaries of senior officials and ministers including the head of state (the palace budget is $ 250 million per year !!!, in a country where GDP PER CAPITA is $ 3,500 per year) to harmonize the salaries of state officials with the living standard of the population in Morocco.
-The Limitation of salaries of senior officials, Prohibition of the accumulation of salaries, mandates and functions within the administration, it will not be something bad for Morocco.
-in Morocco we must be unambiguous about the accumulation of salaries and the accumulation of mandates and functions, to build an egalitarian society, with a minimum gap between the social strata, because public payroll is lager compared to GDP.
- we have a good example in Morocco, Omar Balafrej leaves a job in the private sector better paid for a parliamentary job.