Year:2022   Volume: 4   Issue: 3   Area: Law

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Nadia FATH

REGIONAL PUBLIC POLICY IN MOROCCO IN THE LIGHT OF THE CONSTITUTION 2011 AND ORGANIC LOW NO. 111-14 CONCERNING THE REGIONS

The study discusses Morocco's regional public policy in the light of the Constitution 2011 and Organic law No. 111-14 concerning the regions, the importance of research is to study and analyze the constitutional and legal framework of Morocco's advanced region, in accordance with a legal methodology. What are the framed constitutional principles of Morocco's advanced region? How to organize and distribute regional competencies? To take note, it was divided into two axes: The first addresses Morocco's regional policy under the Constitution 2011 and the question of the basic terms of reference on which regional perception is built; The second focus deals with the competence of the entity in the light of the Organic law concerning the regions. The study concludes the importance of the principle of free governance, and giving the power to authorities to implement their decisions. Adopting a direct election of members of regional councils, and elaborating on their management choices in accordance with a democratic methodology. The importance of a participatory approach the regional management through the inclusion of new actors in the development process, such as consultative entities and the mechanism for submission of petitions to regional councils. The need to define clearly the terms of reference, to adopt contracts as a mechanism consistent with territorial programs. To give effect to the principle of arty in determining the scope of competence between the State and the regions, to redrawn the relationship between the State and the regions by defining the respective powers of the Chairman of region and the representative of the central authority. and to review the logic of administrative control of the authorities. ‎

Keywords: Advanced Region Advanced Regional; Moroccan Regional Public Policy; Morocco; Constitution; Organic Law.al; Moroccan Regional Public Policy; Morocco; Constitution; Organic Law

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.17.13


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