Speech from the throne: the fight for the future

The speech of the throne was strong, firm and frank because, far from being content to formulate it, the sovereign proposed an alternative. The speech of the truth was felt by the people.

Once again, King Mohammed VI repeats to those who want to listen to him and understand him, and not to anyone who only wants to hear it: “We expect this commission to bring to our attention an exact statement of the state places, as painful and painful as it may be. Once again, the king addressed himself to the one who possesses the brain, hearing and sight: “Only God knows that I am sorry to see that Moroccan citizens, they would represent only 1% of the population, continue to live in precariousness and material deprivation. ” Once again, the sovereign announces with as much clarity as possible: “This new stage demands that all mobilize so that the principle according to which” the interests of the Nation and the citizens must come first “is no longer a formula but that he rediscovers all his substance “.

the speech of the throne was strong, firm and frank because the king was not content, this time, to speak to the leaders and the citizens, but proposed an alternative. Moroccans who are fed up with the same figures who cling to their chairs have heard the sovereign say that Morocco today has a pressing need for skills, figures and new capabilities.

Moroccans understand very well that the destiny of Morocco should not be a hostage of insignificant political altercations of those who have been there since the 80s, even 70, if not since half of the last century. These are the ones who close the doors of ambition and responsibility to the young people of the country. They are the ones who lead people to believe that positions are exclusively for a single category of leaders or those who have a political, partisan or transactional relationship with them. It is these, too, who have transformed positions of responsibility into a means of enrichment instead of putting them at the service of citizens. Suffice to say that it was this irresponsible behavior that made the rest of the Moroccans did not take advantage of the revolutionary reforms that the country has experienced for twenty years.

This is to say when this conviction and this consensus animate both the king and the people: it is imperative that the state injects new blood into the veins of all its institutions. For one will always find old traders who are reluctant to move from their places and believe or pretend to believe that the royal speech concerns others and not them. Suffice to say that the leaders who have not stopped repeating that they were acting in the interest of the country and not for personal interests must demonstrate it, today, giving way to this new generation. We must find today this new generation that tells us about Morocco 2019 with the spirit of the decades 2030 and 2050.

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