Reading the articles of some newspapers on Friday and the weekend, which we start from “La Tarde”, in which it was reported that social network activists circulated images of state cars used by some officials for personal purposes, which were as in as for spending the summer holidays; This angered a large group of Moroccans, who demanded an end to this phenomenon.
In the same vein, Mohamed El-Glousi, head of the Moroccan Association for the Protection of Public Funds, stressed that public opinion is awaiting the intervention of Abdel-Wafi Laftit, Minister of the Interior, and the issuance of a newspaper that prevents this form of rent and illegal waste of public money.
The same journalistic material indicates that the local authorities continue to launch a broad campaign to close a group of car washes in several land neighborhoods, which use drinking water to clean vehicles. This campaign aims to respond to the measures and measures associated with confronting the specter of thirst and the acute scarcity of water.
Al-Massa also wrote that two doctors working in the obstetrics and gynecology department of the Azilal regional hospital organized a partial sit-in, in front of the Regional Directorate of Health and Social Protection, to protest the absence of a female doctor working in the hospital. department for more than seven months.
The news added that there was indulgence towards the aforementioned doctor by the former director of the hospital and the regional and regional directorates; This would cause the deterioration of services in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the suspension of work in this department, and the referral of pregnant women to hospitals in other cities outside the region, such as Beni Mellal or Marrakech.
And to the “Moroccan Events”, which reported that Dr. Fátima Zahra Wadjiri, a specialist in dermatology and plastic surgery, reviewed the latest aesthetic medical techniques without surgical intervention.
The specialist clarified that obtaining youthful skin and a harmonious body no longer requires going through the surgeon’s scalpel and the injection of anesthesia used in surgical operations, and that means health risks that many patients fear.
For its part, “Al-Alam” reported that the cochineal insect caused a decrease in the abundance of the prickly pear product, or what is known as “Indian”, in the markets; This caused a rise in its price, which reached its highest levels this season.
In the same context, traders from the Inezgane wholesale market pointed out that the “Indian vineyard” is threatened with extinction in Morocco, after its scarcity was clearly recorded in towns and cities, which until recently produced thousands of tons of seasonal and it provided an important income for families in the villages; However, it was affected, about two years ago, by a serious wave of the cochineal insect.
We read in the news of the same newspaper that Morocco is moving steadily towards a unique success story in the world of the aeronautical industry. Mohamed Jedri, the Moroccan economic expert, pointed out that there is a strong political will to move Morocco from an agricultural economy to an industrial economy, explaining that the kingdom has adequate and developed infrastructure; Including the industrial areas located in Tangier, Casablanca and Kenitra.
The same expert said that the Kingdom has developed skills in the field of the aviation industry and has managed to transfer the experience of foreign marks to its Moroccan counterpart, noting that the success story is the result of the efforts and work made during the last ten years.
In an interview with the Socialist Union, Dr. Zuhair Al-Razi confirmed that the digestive system is one of the most threatened areas of cancer after malignant changes that can affect the components of the digestive system; It includes the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and anus. The disease is diagnosed using the technique of endoscopic examination, which is performed by the gastroenterologist in his medical office or in a sanatorium if the patient requires anesthesia.