Mr. Jamaâ El Moâtassim received a delegation from the Central African Republic
The President of Salé commune, Jamaâ El Moâtassim, received, Wednesday, May 9, 2018 in the afternoon, at the headquarters of the commune, a Central African delegation currently in Morocco for a working visit from 5 to 11 May 2018, during which she will visit some Moroccan cities to learn about the Moroccan experience in the field of decentralization and local management; this delegation includes Messrs:
- David Sogbo -Ango: Director General of Decentralization and Local Development;
- Thierry Seraphin Bema: Director of Territorial Communities and Local Development;
- Michel Appolinaire Bangui: Director of Studies, Planning and Statistics;
- Jean Louis Lengue Omo: President of the Division of the National Register of Civil Status.
Attended this working meeting Messrs: Mohamed Laâlou and Hicham Hassani, vice presidents of the communal council, representatives of the General Direction of Local Authorities, the Director General of the Communal Services, the Director of the Cabinet, as well as certain heads of services and municipal executives.
At the beginning of the meeting, Mr. El Moâtassim expressed the commitment of the Kingdom of Morocco to its African membership and its will to promote South-South cooperation, which is a strategic option to consolidate the bonds of brotherhood, friendship and solidarity with African countries, and to build partnerships in various fields that benefit the different parties.
Mr. El Moâtassim stressed the importance of exchanging visits between African leaders through training courses to exchange experiences and skills on management practices at the decentralized level.
The meeting was marked by a detailed presentation by Mr. Mohamed El Houri, a senior staff member in the Division of Information and Communication Systems, on the communal experience in the management of local affairs, the various measures taken to develop the services provided, as well as the efforts made by the municipal council to implement the principles of open municipal administration, in particular: integrity, transparency, institutionalization of dialogue and consultation mechanisms, participation citizens in the proposal, monitoring and evaluation of municipal action, in addition to the increased use of information and communication technologies.
With regard to the improvement of the quality of municipal services, the delegation followed an institutional video which presented the most important measures taken to modernize a range of communal services such as civil status, tax administration, the single point of contact. urbanism and others.
At the end of the reception, Mr. El Moâtassim presented the members of the African delegation with symbolic souvenirs.
The delegation then undertook a visit to the headquarters of the one-stop urban planning office, where it was informed about the functions of the one-stop shop and its administrative units and the licenses granted, in addition to the visit to the headquarters of the local development company. Sala-Noor, responsible for the management of public lighting in the city.