Citizens Call for Development Projects in Moroccan City of Taza

Taza – fez news

A group of residents in the Moroccan city of Taza has launched an initiative calling for the construction of a new cemetery in the city, following the near-capacity state of most existing cemeteries. A petition regarding this matter has been submitted to the president of the Taza City Council.

In a related context, local activists have called for the implementation of several development projects to improve the city’s infrastructure and services. Among these demands are:

  1. Reinstating the shuttle train between Taza and Fez at 6:00 AM.
  2. Providing a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine at Ibn Baja Hospital.
  3. Establishing higher education institutions such as the National School of Business and Management (ENCG), the National School of Applied Sciences (ENSA), the Faculty of Science and Technology (FST), and the Higher School of Technology (EST).
  4. Building a medium or small dam to meet the city’s growing water needs.
  5. Opening a tourism delegation office in Taza.
  6. Upgrading Taza Airport and opening it for domestic flights as a first phase.

These demands come as part of citizens’ efforts to promote local development and improve the quality of life in the city of Taza. No official comment has been issued yet by local authorities regarding these proposals.

This article summarizes the key points from the original Arabic text, presenting the information in a journalistic style and providing context for the various development projects being requested by the citizens of Taza.

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