A significant government council meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, under the leadership of Prime Minister Aziz Akhannouch, as announced by his office.

The session will kick off with the examination of a new bill that aims to amend and enhance the current penal procedure law. This proposed legislation is expected to bring substantial changes to the judicial process.

Following this, the council will review two key decrees. The first decree focuses on the creation of new administrative districts and local leadership positions, aiming to improve regional governance. The second decree proposes modifications to the existing judicial map of the Kingdom, ensuring a more efficient distribution of judicial resources.

The meeting will conclude with discussions on high-level appointments in accordance with Article 92 of the Constitution. These appointments are critical for maintaining effective governance and ensuring that qualified individuals hold pivotal roles.

After the council meeting, a special session will be held to delve into specific legislative proposals. This additional session highlights the government’s commitment to thorough legislative review and reform.

Stay tuned for further updates on the outcomes of this crucial council meeting and its impact on the future governance of the country.