The Socialist Union complains about the exclusion of its professional voters in the fishermen’s chamber in the north from Baraka’s activities.
The Socialist Union expressed its condemnation and denunciation of its “exception” by the Mediterranean Fisheries Chamber in the north from participation in the launch of the region’s port expansion in the Chefchaouen region, which was led by the Minister of Equipment and Water, Nizar Al-Baraka, considering that this exception confirms the approach of the majority government.
In a statement issued by her today, Tuesday, the regional branch of the party in Tangier-Tetouan-El Hoceim was surprised to organize this official activity without the invitation of the Maritime Fisheries Chamber, which is led by the Socialist Union Party and whose port is under its territorial influence, while while various elected officials, parliamentarians and representatives of the territorial groups involved in this activity were summoned.
The statement emphasizes that this exclusion occurs despite the fact that the Mediterranean Chamber is mandated by the Constitution, as a professional chamber, to contribute to the protection and promotion of the economic and social rights of the groups it represents.
The party believed that the removal of the Mediterranean Fisheries Chamber from the official activities of a minister in the government in a sector that underlies its interests and duties had no other explanation than the fact that the presidency of this chamber, headed by a president belonging to the Socialist Union, and “escaped the influence of political tyranny by the steadfastness and resistance of its members to all forms of pressure” and intimidation.”
The party believed that such behavior, which deeply affects all the values and principles of participatory democracy, once again shows that this government does not accept the coexistence and struggle with the opposition, even in its simplest manifestations, even if it is associated with official activities in a remote area.