Minister Highlights in Geneva Morocco’s Proactive Reforms

Geneva  –  Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Mbarka Bouaida highlighted, here Tuesday, the proactive reforms initiated in Morocco under the leadership of  King Mohammed VI.During a meeting with UN High Commissioner for Human rights Zeid Ra’ad Al-Hussein on the sidelines of the 31st session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, the Minister briefed the UN top official about the reforms in the judiciary, human rights, freedoms and regionalization.“The Kingdom enjoys excellent cooperation with the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), as evidenced by the visit at our request of 11 special procedures”, Bouaida told MAP, underlining that Morocco maintains fluid communication with this instance and receives regular visits from its experts.During this meeting, both parties tackled the reforms in the judiciary, the adoption of a new press code, but also the advanced regionalization which represents, according to Bouaida, “a guarantee for the establishment of democratic policies of human development and human rights at the regional level. For his part, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights welcomed the positive interaction of the kingdom with OHCHR mechanisms and the quality of cooperation between the two parties.With MAP

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