Driss Jettou, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Accounts, submitted to the Prime Minister a list of 44 elected members for the purpose of imposing a segregation order on them for evading compulsory property permits.
The Supreme Council of Accounts, according to the provisions of article 1, paragraph 6, of Law No. 54.06 concerning the compulsory authorization of some elected members of local councils, professional chambers and certain categories of employees or public officials to their property,
After that, the Regional Councils of Accounts directed to the Prime Minister lists of those required to make compulsory declarations of property in the elected category “who have not settled their situation despite receiving the warnings addressed to them in this regard and the expiration of 60 days from the date of arriving at these warnings.”
The same sources added that a list of 23 names had been forwarded to the Prime Minister. The warnings addressed to them were not delivered in the customary administrative manner.
The official website of the Supreme Council of Accounts published a map of the distribution of the elected candidates, who are obliged to declare the property despite the fact that they have received an ultimatum and a legal period.
Only the Supreme Council of Accounts was able to publish the names of those who evaded the property without mentioning them by name. These include Casablanca, Settat, Rabat, Orient, Beni Mellal, Khenifra, Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima, Fez-Meknes, Guelmim-Oued Noun and Marrakesh.
The Council itself published the list of groups, provinces, chambers of commerce and agriculture to which the elected representatives belonged, and the duty to declare properties that could not be delivered.
It is noteworthy that the Supreme Council of Accounts began at the beginning of February in open the property and wealth of elected officials and senior officials; in the framework of the renewal of mandatory declarations of property during each year.
The President of the Supreme Council of Accounts sent a memorandum to the Prime Minister and the President of the House of Representatives and the President of the House of Counselors, and a number of government sectors, calling for interaction with the affirmation procedure.
The Prime Minister called upon the institutions of the State concerned to respect the legal deadlines for the authorization of property and to appoint a staff member to control and follow up the list of those required to declare for each sector.