February 8, 2023

Amid the scandal over the sale of tickets for Morocco’s World Cup matches in Qatar, the Parliamentary Group for Justice and Development in the House of Representatives convened a meeting of the Committee on Education, Culture and Communications to discuss the issue.

In addition to discussing “the strategy of the Ministry of National Education, Primary Education and Sports to promote sports practice in its various forms, as well as the plans of the Ministry to eliminate imbalances that limit the development of a promising sector with opportunities for talented youth. “.

The group believed, according to correspondence signed by its president, Abdullah Boano, that the ticket sales “almost tarnished the vibrant image created by the champions of the Moroccan national team at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which was the culmination of the results of a number of national clubs in continental competitions.”

She noted that this incident sheds light on the obstacles preventing the development of real sports practice in Morocco and limits investment in the opportunities offered by this sector to improve and diversify sources of development in Morocco.

She explained that what the national team has achieved in the World Cup has contributed to the strengthening of Morocco’s influence on the continent and in the world, if not for the sale of tickets for some matches.

It is noteworthy that the president of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation, Faouzi Lakjaa, promised a few days ago to take strict measures against all those involved in the case of distributing tickets to Moroccan fans during the World Cup in Qatar.

And after the results of the fact-finding commission formed by the university yesterday, on Monday, were scheduled to be released, there has still been no official announcement, and there are rumors that the delay is due to security interests investigating the case.

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