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PAM wants to relaunch debate on GMT+1

The PAM group in the House of Representatives through Abdelatif Ouahbi reportedly tabled a bill on the time zone adopted in Morocco on Tuesday (January 22nd) for the purpose of returning to the GMT timetable.

According to sources, the proposal, in addition to aiming at permanently restoring the legal clock in Morocco, would also tend to block the government’s freedom of action with regard to the issue on the one hand but also to the taking of others important decisions by the only good sandstone of the orders of the Cabinet of the Head of the Government.

PAM, which ruled last October’s justification of the Minister delegate for the reform of the administration and the public service Mohamed Ben Abdelkader unclear and without positive economic impacts, will however have to rely on a possible agreement of the executive.

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