Moroccan media reported that the former Minister of Health, Nabila Al-Rumeili, still holds the status of minister, despite accepting her exemption from Moroccan King Mohammed VI.
Moroccan media added that her name appeared in the bulletin of laws and regulatory texts in the Official Gazette of the October 22 issue of the decrees of the competencies of ministers in the new government, noting that it is a precedent that is the first of its kind in the history of governments in the Kingdom.
and reported Moroccan “Youm 24” website That the new issue of the Official Gazette showed that the former Minister of Health and Social Protection, Nabila Al-Rumaili, had sympathetically signed the decree of her terms of reference, days after she was relieved of this position.
He added that, “despite the exemption of Nabila Al-Rumaili from the position of Minister of Health on October 14 and the appointment of Khaled Ait Al-Talib as her successor, the strange thing is that the number of the Official Gazette issued revealed that Al-Rumaili signed with kindness the decree of her terms of reference on October 21, that is, a week after her exemption from government membership.” .
He explained that, within the same issue of the Official Gazette, a decree was published regarding the competencies of Minister of Health and Social Protection Khaled Ait Taleb, and this decree, in turn, was signed with kindness on the first date of the same, i.e. October 21, 2021.
The aforementioned decree stipulates that, in addition to the competencies assigned to the governmental authority in charge of health, Ait Taleb shall prepare the state’s policy in the field of social protection and follow its implementation, and ensure the convergence of the various government initiatives and programs related to social protection, in coordination with the relevant authorities and bodies, and exercises state guardianship over all Public institutions under the tutelage of the governmental authority.
On the other hand, he reported Moroccan website “Rue 20” He does not know how the matter will be remedied, indicating that what is published in the Official Gazette becomes official.
The Moroccan site wondered, is it a typo that requires the issuance of a new issue in this regard?
A statement from the Royal Court announced last week the appointment of King Mohammed VI, Khaled Ait Taleb, as Minister of Health and Social Protection, to succeed Nabila Al-Rumaili.
The communication stated that this appointment came based on the request submitted by the Prime Minister to the King to relieve Al-Rumaili of her duties, as she submitted a petition to devote full time to her duties as President of the Casablanca City Council.
Source: Moroccan media