Wednesday newspapers/judicial rulings against three doctors and two mediators, and cnops warns of running out of its financial reserves

The newspaper “Al-Massae” reports that judicial sentences have been issued against three doctors and two intermediaries for their involvement in forging medical certificates related to traffic accidents. The penalties ranged from 10 months to two and a half years of enforceable imprisonment.

The same newspaper mentioned that the Ministry of Interior presented a critical report to the president of the Ben Guerir commune, containing 89 observations related to violations in various sectors. The council president was asked to provide clarifications within 10 days.

“Al-Massae” also reported that the National Fund for Social Welfare Organizations (CNOPS) warned that its financial reserves could be depleted within three years due to ongoing deficits.

The newspaper reported a tragic traffic accident that claimed the lives of two people and injured three others, all kidney failure patients, in the Taounate province.

In another context, the newspaper “Al-Alam” reported armed clashes within the Polisario camps resulting in the death of a young man and injuries to others, noting secrecy surrounding the events and deteriorating conditions in the camps.

As for the newspaper “Bayan Al-Yawm”, it highlighted the water crisis in the Nador province, where the cutting off of irrigation water caused grape crop damage and the layoff of thousands of agricultural workers. It also mentioned the conclusion of the “Netlakaw f’Wazzan” event, honoring successful local figures.

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