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Moroccan press review, March 14

Source : | 14 March 2013 |  Headlines | 1687 views

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RABAT, March 14, 2013 (AFP)

The main topics that made the headlines of editorials issued on March 14 are the results of RAMED generalization (medical assistance) a year after its launch, civil society dialogue, and the dynamic of Moroccan diplomacy.

The main topics that made the headlines of editorials issued on March 14 are the results of RAMED generalization (medical assistance) a year after its launch, civil society dialogue, and the dynamic of Moroccan diplomacy.

According to the paper, even the health minister admits that he is not happy about the distribution of health care offer nationally and the access to medical care. The newspaper quoted the minister as saying that the needy do not receive drugs despite the fact that ministry increased its purchases fourfold, noting that the real problem is related to human resources as the Minister of Health made it clear that hospitals are understaffed and need more than 9000 nurses and 7000 physicians.

On the national dialogue on civil society which was launched Wednesday in Rabat, “Attajdid” said huge challenges are facing this project, adding that in order to address such difficulties, we must show responsibility and partiality.

It added that the new constitution requires that this dialogue comes up with answers at two levels. The first one concerns the organization and anything linked to the democratization of civil society segments and respect for the principles of independence, transparence and integrity. The second level is related to the implementation of participatory democracy and identifying ways to enable civil society components to submit projects to elected institutions and public authorities.

“Bayan Al Youm” focused on the diplomatic dynamic of Morocco particularly in Africa, stressing the determination of the Kingdom, through its diplomatic efforts, to strengthen bilateral relations particularly with Mauritania, Tunisia and Libya. This new dynamic is part of Morocco’s immutable values to remain attached to the Maghreb and the need to build a strong and coherent Maghreb Union which could have a real regional clout in its relations with other international partners, which will enable it to contribute to efforts to address security and development challenges.

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