The Money Crimes Court begins preliminary interrogation sessions with four elected officials against the backdrop of the issue of transferring state-owned lands to politicians and real estate developers

In the heart of Marrakesh, a city known for its vibrant culture and rich history, a legal investigation is underway that may have major implications for the political and real estate sectors, as the Marrakesh Court of Appeal has begun preliminary interrogation sessions against a number of politicians, in a move that confirms the judiciary’s commitment to upholding the rule of law.

The hearings, which began recently, are scheduled to continue until May 9, reflecting the precision with which the court is handling this matter. These sessions focus on four elected officials, whose roles are currently under scrutiny. The seriousness of the situation is clear, as the case concerns the alleged illegal transfer of state-owned land.

This investigation is not limited only to the legality of land transfer; It is about the integrity of the processes that govern public assets. These allegations point to a breach of trust and potential abuse of power, as lands designated for the public good may have been diverted for private gain.

The Marrakesh Court of Appeal, like the Kingdom’s judicial, security and authority institutions, serves as a bulwark against corruption, sending a clear message that no one is above the law. This case serves as a reminder of the importance of transparency and accountability, especially when it comes to managing public resources. As the Court delves into the complexities of the case, it carries the weight of public expectations of justice and fairness.

From: Fez News website

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