The Court of Auditors, headed by Driss Jettou, revealed in a statement that Casablanca was at the top of the list of cities with the largest number of taxable persons who did not submit to the declaration of assets.
The Court of Auditors thus seized the Head of the Government and revealed to him the names of those who would have failed this obligation, despite numerous warnings. According to a stetement of the magistrature, the fraudsters, 44 elected, are distributed between municipalities, provinces and districts throughout the Kingdom.
Sources said that Casablanca would lead this unenviable rank ahead of Settat, Rabat, the Oriental, Beni Mellal-Khénifra, Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima, Fez-Meknes and Guelmim-Oued Noun regions. All this beautiful people would have failed in their duty. The Council however facilitated the formalities of this declaration of the heritage thanks to the electronic application on the portal of the Court of the accounts which makes it possible to reserve an appointment, underlines sources.
The President of the Court of Auditors Driss Jettou also sent a memorandum to the Head of Government and the presidents of the House of Representatives and Advisers. Chief Executive Saâd Eddine El Othmani immediately addressed a letter to members of the government and senior representatives, asking all those subject to the declaration of assets to comply with the law and renew the three-year license.
According to the law, the asset declaration is mandatory and must include real estate, bank accounts, investments, cars, works of art, jewelry and diamonds. A supplementary declaration must be made under the same conditions for any change of assets and income. Also concerned by the declaration of obligatory patrimony, besides the parliamentarians and civil servants, certain members of the local councils, the professional chambers and certain categories of employees or public agents.