Prime Minister asks the Minister of Higher Education to Respect judicial rulings

Prime Minister Mohamed O. Bilal asked the Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Information and Communication Technology, Sidi O. Salem to positively deal with the judicial rulings related to his sector.
The letter, which Sahara media got a copy of it, issued by the Prime Minister’s director of the cabinet to the Minister of Higher Education, says:
‘’ by instructions from Prime Minister, it is my pleasure to call you to positively deal with the executively judicial rulings relating to your sector”.
The letter also demanded the Minister to ‘’follow the procedural processes until the last stages of litigation to appellate the rulings, which he considers as inappropriate for your subordinates as well as the interests of your sectors’’.
It added that “overlooking the effective rulings do not contribute to the establishment of the state of institution and law’’.
As a conclusion to his letter, the Cabinet Director says: ‘’ In this context, I am referring to you, to expedite its settlement, a file related to a judicial ruling in favor of a group of employees, who obtained higher degrees after a licensed training’’.
Meanwhile, the afro-mentioned employees said that they ‘’ appreciate the circular of his Excellency Prime Minister to the honorable Ministers’’.
The employees added that this circular is’’ a confirmation of the principle of powers separation and a serious step to eradicate injustice and achieve justice, and an implementation of the commitments of his Excellency the president Mohamed O. Cheikh Ghazouani”, According to a press release.
According to them, their files have been the subject of the work of joint technical committees between the concerned ministries for more than ten years.
They explained that after’’ the delay of settlement, we resorted to the Higher Court, where we got an effective judicial ruling that reached the concerned sectors more than one year ago’’.

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