We begin a Wednesday press quiz tour from Al Masa, which published that the Ministry of the Interior has completed the census of candidates for forced conscription, pending justification for those who proved their disability or illness or support for their families or other reasons that exempt them from compulsory recruitment.
The same paper pointed to the escape of candidates outside the country because of their call to service, according to a Spanish report monitoring the migration of Moroccan adolescents, because of the call for recruitment.
The newspaper said that the Ministry of the Interior “numbered” the National Register of Civil Status and launched “WATIQA”, and hundreds of groups not connected to the information system will hamper the digitization process of the National Register of Civil Status, supervised by the Ministry of the Interior, commissioned by the million Sintimat, By the Ministry, which was supposed to circulate the information system to all the dust groups.
At the same platform, many remote groups do not have this system, and some staff are not good at handling digital data, all of which may affect the entire process.
The same newspaper reported that the opposition group in the collective council of the city of Quneitra withdrew from the normal session held by the meeting hall in the municipal palace in protest against the chairmanship of Aziz al-Rabah, the session of its own, in response to the marginalization of the President of the Council and not respect for their interventions and criticisms.
According to the evening, the opponents said that Aziz al-Rabah talked about the achievements of the group, and that when the opposition came to respond, he decided to withdraw in protest against his chairing the session despite granting him a mandate.
More than 800,000 Moroccans are addicted to cannabis and opioids, causing public health complications such as the spread of infections and serious diseases such as AIDS, hepatitis, sexually transmitted infections and tuberculosis.
According to the evening, figures from the National Observatory of Drugs and Addiction, conducted between 2003 and 2006, indicate that there are 800,000 Moroccan addicts spread across the cities of the Kingdom; while experts in the field question this number and point out that the number is much higher.
Akhbar al-Youm has been accused of trying four high-profile cases in the case of arrest in Marrakech. The case involves two pilots accused of smuggling banned drugs and handing them over to a trainee doctor who uses them for clandestine abortions. Two internal doctors follow up on charges of releasing false prescriptions, which are exploited by the master, For tourist aviation, in the acquisition of these drugs from Spain.
Among the accused is a girl who has been admitted to undergo a secret abortion by the trainee doctor and was followed by the Public Prosecution in the event of his release, with a performance of 5,000 dirhams.
Among the articles of the same issue, the Moroccans occupied the third place in the Arab and the fifth Islamic among the most visited people to Israel, according to the data of the Jewish state.
Akhbar al-Youm added that there were a record number of Muslim visitors who landed in Israel in 2018, including 55,000 visitors from countries that do not have diplomatic relations with Israel.
And to “Moroccan events”, which reported that the customs and security services have tightened their control over the smuggled food from occupied Ceuta in recent days. This will continue later, especially during the month of Ramadan, where the quantity is increasing and demand is increasing.
The Moroccan events also reported that the city of Tangier has become a source of distribution of narcotic drugs across the national territory. For years, its station has been a transit point for the promoters, where large quantities of “karkoubi” were seized on their way to the cities of Casablanca, Fez, Meknes and Rabat.
According to the same newspaper, the last shipment was detained at the road station of Tangier recently, after the arrest of two girls while preparing to leave the city on a road bus heading to the city of Casablanca, which resulted in the search for the possession of the possession of ten thousand CDs of the type “Xstazi”, add To a sum of money from the proceeds of drug promotion and mobile phones.
For its part, Al-Alam reported that it was listened to the gendarmes following the fallout of the smuggling of 6,370 kg of drugs in the Mediterranean port of Tangier, which amounted to 26 followers, including five colonels and a lieutenant colonel in the gendarmerie, Several charges centered on covering up smuggling.
The “Socialist Union” wrote that a delegation of Moroccan MPs members of the Pan-African Parliament is visiting South Africa to participate in the second session of the fifth legislative mandate of this continental parliamentary institution, based in Midrand, near Johannesburg.
According to the same story, the agenda of the session contains a number of points, mainly related to the general theme of finding solutions to the problems of refugees and internally displaced persons on the African continent.
The Socialist Union also reported that the Ambassador of the Permanent Representative of Morocco to the United Nations, Omar Hilal, had made a strong case for the historical, legal and political dimensions of the Sahara Sahara during the regional seminar of the 24th Committee of the United Nations General Assembly for the Caribbean Sea, Between 2 and 4 May.
In the same vein, Helal stressed that the Sahara issue concerns the territorial integrity and national sovereignty of Morocco, not decolonization, before dismantling the historical and fragmentary historical references to the head of the Algerian delegation on the dispute over the Moroccan Sahara, explaining that the Sahara issue does not date back to 1963 or 1975, Algeria is trying to suggest that, but it is rooted in the history and identity of Morocco.