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Ouahbi castigates the opposition and ignores the slingers

The Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM) met on Saturday May 28 in Salé for the 26th ordinary session of its national council. This session, the main objective of which was to examine the organizational situation of this political formation, was marked by the publication, the day before, of a press release issued by a movement called “redressing the trajectory” in which the general secretary of the party, Abdellatif Ouahbi, being the subject of strong criticism.

The WFP national council held its 26th session without its president, Fatima-Zahra Mansouri, absent for health reasons. However, and by means of a video, Ms. Mansouri called on her party’s activists to show more unity and cohesion and to deliberate boldly and transparently on the performance of their political formation, in order to build a strong and solid organization. She also stressed the need to develop a well-thought-out action plan to accomplish the establishment of organizational structures, recruit more executives, elites and committed leaders, in addition to designing programs in line with expectations. citizens.

For his part, the SG of the PAM, Abdellatif Ouahbi, in his orientation speech, gave pride of place to the actions of the government, in particular that of the Pamist ministers, and attacked the opposition which he qualified of “weak” and “pale”. Mr. Ouahbi thus pointed out that the components of the government majority do not adopt “a discourse of crisis or lamentation” in the face of the context in which the national economy is rocking, due to the financial repercussions of the soaring prices of raw materials. first, following the war between Russia and Ukraine. A war that comes just after the Covid-19 pandemic and the impact that we know on the national economy and the state budget. The SG of the PAM also did not fail to allude to the management of the governments led by the PJD, speaking of a “heavy heritage of more than a decade of populist government management”. On the Pamist ministers, Mr. Ouahbi says that they are particularly targeted by media treatment and criticism, which means, according to him, that they are responsible and militant within the government, and that they will never be “administrative” and “silent” ministers.

As for the opposition, the SG of the PAM affirms that this government, “of major social transformations”, is the victim of an opposition, either weak and pale, or composed of bad voices which exploit social networks to convey negative speeches. having no political, reflective or ideological reference. “Strong democratic governments need a strong opposition to enlighten public opinion through dialogue and debate, so that it can measure the scope of achievements and programs,” he said.

The slingers have a hard tooth against Ouahbi

On the eve of this 26th ordinary session of the National Council of the PAM, rebels against Mr. Ouahbi issued a long press release in which they accuse him of an “unprecedented weakness” to be part of the party’s project and program. These rebellious respondents Fatima-Zahra Mansouri, whom they call “conscience of the party”, to intervene to correct the dysfunctions that have marred the management of the party since the election of Abdellatif Ouahbi as SG. Their demands include:
• Allow the Politburo to play its role in shaping party policies (rather than being a registrar to push through SG decisions).
• Condition the maintenance of the party within the government to the widening of the circle of consultation within its authorities.
• Give Mr. Ouahbi the choice of resigning from his position as SG of the PAM or from his post as a minister, after he became incapable of adopting the positions of the party.
This of “straightening of trajectory” published a second press release at the end of this 26th session of the national council of the PAM where it is affirmed that “this step has globalized the deep organizational crisis, which was revealed by the boycott of “a large part (nearly 70%) of the members of the national council”.
In reaction to the first press release, Abdellatif Ouahbi said in a statement to the press: “I am not commenting on the unknown. Whoever has a point of view, let them come forward like I did from 2011 to 2021. Let them come out of anonymity to see what their position in the party and their qualifications are, and then we can discuss “.


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