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Moroccan Parliament Demands Accountability – Is this a first? #Feb20

A couple of weeks ago, we published a post on how Moroccan-Dutch Employees at the Moroccan Embassy in The Netherlands were blowing the whistle on Morocco, because they are being taken advantage of financially, and have no legal means to do something about it.  Well now there is a follow-up on the situation and we’ve been eagerly waiting for it.  Apparently, something is finally being done, and you won’t believe by whom.
MPs in Morocco are demanding details about the working conditions at Moroccan diplomatic missions in the Netherlands, Nourdine Moudian, deputy speaker of Morocco’s parliament, has confirmed to Radio Netherlands Worldwide.

After meeting former embassy workers, Mr Moudian describes working conditions at the Moroccan embassy and consulates in the Netherlands as “not to be tolerated”. He says the situation is “bad for Morocco’s image”. (read more)

Progress anyone?

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2 thoughts on “Moroccan Parliament Demands Accountability – Is this a first? #Feb20

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