Dr. Nizar Baraka: The professional rooms are a partner who is unable to fulfill his roles in local economic development, regional and national

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Dr. Nizar Baraka, Secretary General of the Istiqlal Party, presided over the first national debate for the independent advisors in the professional chambers on Saturday, 22 December 2018, under the slogan “Professional chambers under the advanced regionalism, reality and horizons”, in coordination with the General Union of Contracting and Professions .

The work of this national debate was the first of its kind, which constituted a space for tackling the various issues and problems related to the management of the professional rooms, in addition to introducing the entrances to reform and enhancing its functions and advisory, developmental and developmental roles. The speech was given to the Secretary General of the party, Witnessed the important attendance of the members of the Executive Committee of the party, as well as the balanced presence of the heads and advisers of the independent professional chambers, who were pilgrims from different parts of the Kingdom.

Mr. Nizar Barakeh spoke at the outset, stressing that the holding of this debate reflects the deep will and faith of the Istiqlal Party and its firm belief in the importance of the professional chambers and the hopes placed on its independent advisors in various regions and in the service of the interests of professionals.

The Secretary-General stressed that this debate is a reflection of the new party’s vision and activating one of its pillars, which is to support the professional chambers with the necessary follow-up, follow-up, supervision, formation, and legal and technical support that will enable them to fulfill their roles in achieving the local, regional and national economic development to the fullest extent. At the heart of serving the citizen and at the heart of the demand to achieve his dignity.

The Secretary-General added that this debate is important in terms of being the first of its kind for the independent consultants in the professional chambers to monitor the course of these chambers, evaluate the experience and outcomes, and explore the possible horizons under the developed regional and its position within the new development model.

He thanked the sister Maryam Mawaineen, member of the executive committee responsible for supporting the professional rooms for the great efforts she made with the brothers Aziz Al Hilali, member of the Executive Committee and Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services in Rabat, Salé Quneitra, Ahmed Availal, And thanked all the sisters and brothers for their mobilization and intensive participation to make this important meeting a success.

Nizar Baraka also highlighted that the Chambers also play an advisory role, which is reflected in the task of mediation between traders and manufacturers of various types, farmers, service owners and public authorities, through providing guidance, perceptions and suggestions to activate some sectors or support import and export in others, Some institutions have representatives in regional councils, national and regional committees, public institutions and others.

These various roles of the professional rooms are framed by a series of successive laws. Despite these laws regulating the work of the professional chambers and the succession of reforms that have taken place to improve their professional performance, the practice has revealed the limited roles assigned to them and the weakness of their attractiveness and local and regional influence.

Nizar Barakeh said that the Istiqlal Party appreciates the financial support recently received by some of these chambers through the signing of agreements for development plans for chambers of commerce, industry and services to enhance their capabilities and improve the level of services provided to the participants, investors and small and medium-sized enterprises. However, And its ability to keep pace with the regional workshops developed, and on the fact that its role in the workshops of the new development model in light of the requirements to improve the legal and regulatory climate of these professional institutions and to cope with support and support in the implementation of their commitments.

The secretary-general recalled the vision presented by the party to the new development model before the National Assembly last October, based on its reference, its renewed and reciprocal community project and its program emanating from the 17th General Conference, which establishes a new concept for sustainable human development by incorporating the challenges of human development and the requirements of sustainable development At the level of soil depth.

Nizar Barakeh explained that the party’s vision of the desired development model was focused on the following six necessary sectors to move to the new development model:

The transition from a society based on Waasta and privileges and closed social services to a society of equal rights for all, within the framework of the rule of law, transparent access to services and simplification, and the formulation and enforcement of laws based on trust in citizens;
The transition from a time-based approach to a proactive, long-term strategic vision based on programming to mechanisms for listening, consulting, early interaction and future prospecting, and the adoption of sustainability versus temporary patching solutions;

Transition from dispersal of resources and interventions to targeting through:

– Integrated strategic strategy to advance both mountainous and border areas;

– Formulating and implementing social policies aimed at reducing social and geographical disparities and strengthening equal opportunities for all citizens, and throughout the Kingdom;

– Targeting families – compensating individuals – by social programs to enable them to improve social and community.

The transition from vertical management to the integrated approach that depends on the protection and integration of services and development projects at the land level, which will enable to achieve tangible results on the daily living of the citizen, as well as rationalization of expenditures and financial resources allocated and improve economic and social return;
Moving from the construction model to the capacity building model by betting on human capital, b:
* Developing human and entrepreneurial capabilities to keep pace with the new dynamic we aspire to;

* Developing productive capacities and making investment create employment opportunities directly, indirectly and permanently;

* Developing technological and creative capabilities that look ahead, renew production tools and protect the competitiveness of the national product.

The transition from the excessive consumption of scarce resources, especially water, energy and financial resources, to the rational consumption of these resources and work to value them for development and improve the living conditions of citizens and citizens, necessitating the development of a strategic vision to invest these scarce resources in economic and social fields.

The Secretary-General pointed out that the Party’s vision of the new development model gave particular importance to political reform as an input to the new and regional development model, with the systematic and fair activation of accountability as an indispensable approach to reducing corruption and laying the foundations of social interdependence. A body that is in line with the specificities of each side, and the regional task force, with support, support and training.

He considered that the Independence Party’s vision of the new development model aims to reduce geographical and regional disparities and aims to reduce the genetic inheritance of poverty. It also aims to ensure social interdependence by eliminating fragility, expanding the middle classes and raising the standard of living of citizens and citizens in different regions and regions.

The Secretary-General stressed that the party is betting on the professional chambers to engage extensively in these large workshops and contribute to its success by participating in the crystallization and formulation of the regional model, and the promotion of improving the working conditions of professionals and the opening of investment opportunities and development in front of them, especially small and medium enterprises, By providing an enabling environment for investment and keeping pace with the various roles of these professional chambers by reviewing the framework, strengthening their capacities and human resources, and enhancing their professionalism to defend the interests of professionals.

He added that the party is betting on the professional chambers as well in the positive interaction with the requirements of regional workshops advanced and contribute to the actual download with a vision integrated to address all the structural imbalances impeding local development in view of what is based on this download of hopes and demands and expectations have been expressed by professionals and actors and citizens to make The real poles of investment, employment and wealth creation for the benefit of the local population.

The Secretary General also noted that the Istiqlal Party expresses its support to the professional chambers in enhancing their role in economic development and ensuring their effective contribution in shaping the regional development programs and tracking the local economic fabric. It also expresses the political will to participate in any initiative that would review and improve its legal and regulatory system To restore the mind for its role of economic and developmental development and put it on the right track in the course of regional workshops developed.

Nizar Baraka concluded by saying that the party relies on the results of this meeting and its outputs to strengthen the presence of professional chambers locally, regionally and nationally, and enable them to contribute effectively to the reform and development workshops that our country is aware of under the leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI.


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