PLF, agreements with Israel, on the program of the Council of Government this Saturday

Following a presentation on the preparatory measures relating to the development of the 2022 Finance Bill (PLF), the Government Council met on Saturday under the chairmanship of the Head of Government, Mr. Aziz Akhannouch, to review an organic law project relating to the appointment to higher functions and several international agreements.

According to a news release from the Department of the Head of Government published at the end of the Council, the Minister of Economy and Finance, Ms. Nadia Fettah Alaoui, gave a presentation on the preliminary steps linked to the preparation of the 2022 PLF.

Ms. Ghita Mezzour, Minister Delegate to the Chief from the Government responsible for the digital transition and administrative reform, presented a draft organic law amending and supplementing the organic law relating to the appointment to higher functions in accordance with the provisions of Articles 49 and 92 of the Constitution to the Government Council.

According to the press release, the Council of Europe examined the protocol amending Council of Europe Convention No. 108 for the protection of individuals with regard to automated processing of personal data, which was signed on 10 October 2018 in Strasbourg, along with a bill approving the protocol, as well as reviewing two cooperation agreements signed on August 11, 2021 in Rabat by the governments of the Kingdom of Morocco and the State of Israel, the first concerning air services with a bill approving the agreement, and the second concerning cooperation in the fields of culture and sports with a bill approving the agreement.

The focus of the meeting was on the evaluation of the agreement establishing the African Monetary Fund, which was signed in Abuja on May 28, 2007, the Council also passed in review the Charter of African Cultural Renaissance, agreed during the 6th regular session of the Conference of Heads of State and Government of the African Union (AU) in Khartoum on January 24, 2006, as well as the bill approving said Charter, according to the same source.

Mr. Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccans Abroad, submitted these agreements, the protocol, and the charter, according to the press release.

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