King Mohammed VI appointed members of two privatization bodies. These are the Transfer Commission and the Evaluation Body, report several national media. The names of the personalities appointed by the Sovereign appear in Official Bulletin, in Dahir 1.19.77, dated Monday, April 29, 2019.
Thus, the Transfer Commission is composed of Zouhair Chorfi, Secretary General of the Ministry of Economy and Finance; Mohamed Sadiqi, Khalid Safir, Wali Director General of Local Government, as well as Mounia Boucetta and Fouzia Zaaboul.
As for the second instance appointed by King Mohammed VI, the Evaluation Body, its chairman is Mohamed Jaouahri, Governor of Bank Al-Maghrib (BAM) and Ahmed Reda Chami, President of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CESE), as vice-president. The other members of this commission are Mohamed Amine Benhalima, Hassan Boubrik, Amina Benkhadra, Ghislane Guedira and Dia Oudghiri.
The aforementioned appointments come in accordance with Article 2 of Law 39-89 which authorizes the transfer of public enterprises to the private sector. The said law, as a reminder, was “promulgated by Dahir 1-90-01 of Ramadan 1410 (April 11, 1990)”. Before being amended and completed, then adopted by Parliament and published in the Official Bulletin.