The King appoints the 4 members of the Probity and Anti-Corruption Authority

King Mohammed VI appointed, this Monday, October 24, the four members of the National Authority for Probity, Prevention and the Fight against Corruption (INPPLC), which the law governing this authority grants to the Sovereign the right to appoint .

These Royal appointments aim to complete the composition of this national institution and to enable it to carry out the missions conferred on it within the framework of the Constitution, in particular in the areas of the implementation of anti-corruption policies, the consolidation of the principles of good governance, the culture of public service and the values ​​of responsible citizenship.

They also intervene in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and the new law governing this important constitutional body, as well as with regard to the experience, expertise and skills available to these members in the field of action of the Instance, and of the impartiality, neutrality, rectitude and integrity which are recognized in them.

They are Abdeslam Imani, Nadia Annouz and Dounia Ben Abbas Taarji and Abdessamad Saddouq.

The King also agreed to appoint Ahmed Laamoumri, Secretary General of the Authority.

It should be recalled that the Sovereign had appointed Bashir Rachdi as president of this body.

The National Authority for Probity, Prevention and the Fight against Corruption is also composed of:

-Members appointed by the Head of Government:

+Ghita Lahlou and Naima Benwakrim

+Rachid Lamdouar and Abdelmounim Mouhsini.

– Of the two members appointed by the President of the House of Representatives:

+Amina Figuigui and Noureddine Mouaddib

– Of the two members appointed by the President of the House of Councillors:

+Rabha Zedguiy and Abdelkhalek Chemmachi.

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