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Official launching of the national anti-corruption strategy

The Head of the Governement, Mr Abdelillah BENKIRANE, has officially launched on Tuesday, May 3rd 2016 in Rabat, the National anti-corruption strategy in the presence of the Minister in charge of Public Service and Modernisation of Public Administration, M. Mohamed MOUBDI.

This strategy, the first of its kind in Morocco, aims at achieving the following goals by 2025:

  • Reverse the current trend, irreversibly and visibly
  • Strengthen the confidence of citizens,
  • Improve the integrity of business and the position of Morocco internationally.

During the launching ceremony of the strategy, the contractual framework for ten (10) programs including 239 projects was signed. Among these programs are:

  • Improving services to citizens, coordinated by the Ministry of Interior;
  • Electronic administration, with the coordination of the Ministry of Industry, Trade, Investment and the Digital Economy;
  • Ethics and deontology, transparency and access to information, coordinated by the Ministry of Public Service and Modernisation of Public Administration;
  • Public procurement, control and accountability, coordinated by the Ministry of Economy and Finance;
  • Strengthening of the prosecution and repression, coordinated by the Ministry of Justice and Civil Liberties;
  • Integrity of the business community, coordinated by the General Confederation of Moroccan Companies (CGEM);
  • Communication and awareness raising, coordinated by the Ministry of Communication;
  •  Education and training, coordinated by the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training.

The program coordinators are in charge of ensuring the coordination and consistency between strategic directions and their respective program, executing the action plan and monitoring its implementation. They are also in charge of following up the implementation of projects under the program and presenting periodic reports on the implementation of projects to the National Anti-Corruption Commission.

It is worth mentioning that the national strategy will stretch out on ten years through three stages (2016-2017), (2017-2020), and (2020-2025). An assessment of the results against objectives will be made for each step based on the indicators set by this strategy.

03/05/2016