The Major Projects
Mr. Mohamed Louafa
Minister delegate to the head of government in charge of General Affairs and Governance

Designing a vision for governance improvement is central to guidelines set by His Majesty the King, and, the new Constitution's key feature has become one of the governmental programme's top priorities. In essence, it requires public policies harmonisation and that, principles of transparency, responsibility and accountability become cornerstones for public affairs management.
Governance: good management and confience guarantee

Our Kingdom's supreme fundamental law has made governance the final reference for principles' of transparency consolidation, responsibility, ethics, combatting corruption and accountability on the part of our various national institutions.

Consolidation of our nation's socioeconomic gains and exploration of new roads to progress, very much depend on governance improvement, which is, in our government's eyes, essential to its public policies' success.

Consequently, the prevailing injunction is to set up a sustainable system for effective, transparent and responsible public affairs management. In order to do so, we must ensure lasting fiancial equilibrium, maintain confience amongst investors and our main international fiancers, and develop synergies and complementarity between our various public policies.

The business environment, a leading concern
Our government sees the business environment's improvement of fist importance if we are to ensure right conditions for successful entrepreneurship. To this end, we have undertaken a series of priority actions aimed at increasing transparency in the business world and easing administrative procedures to the advantage of entrepreneurs.
We seek to reposition Morocco on the regional and international economic scene and bring all the world's many production systems to locate a part of their value chain on national soil. Consequently, our aim is to build a national economy fostering private initiative, respecting property rights, developing a managerial culture and modernising various sectorial institutional frameworks, hence leading to business development.

There is no successful reform without courage, audacity and serious purpose
Well aware of challenges to be met to ensure national economy's emergence, the government has undertaken a progressive series of responsible reforms designed to create favourable conditions to national growth and competitiveness – a goal that requires optimal local production quality, innovation from our national industries, and the introduction of new managerial approaches and production techniques to improve the quality of our production factors.

To achieve all this, we are making sure to distinguish reforms on administrative procedures, which require audacious and immediate decisions to be made in order to simplify businesses' activities, from those which are more structural that require regulatory and judicial system modification, and to work towards the latter's development in compliance with current international standards. Management of the reform on the social welfare system, or acceleration of the law on public/private partnerships passing are both enlightening examples.