Naama Myara pleads to strengthen the role of the legislative institution
The House of Councilors held this Friday, a plenary session devoted to the opening of the second session of the legislative year 2021-2022 in accordance with the provisions of article 65 of the Constitution and article 18 of the rules of procedure of bedroom.
Speaking on the occasion of the work of the spring session of the first legislative year of the current legislature of the House of Councillors, the President of the House, Naama Myara reiterated the determination of the House of Councilors to work, during this session, to speed up the pace of parliamentary action and improve it in terms of oversight and legislation. Naama Mayara did not miss the opportunity to discuss the current situation, characterized by the continued repercussions of the pandemic, although attenuated, on economic and social plans and projects. A context also marked internationally by the fallout from the Russian-Ukrainian crisis and its impact, in particular on the flow of trade in goods and basic necessities.
Naama Mayara indicated that the legislative institution has drawn up a strategic action plan based on 8 major objectives, 15 reference bases, 8 principles, 4 orientations and 7 strategic objectives, in the spirit of enhancing the institutional capital and to invest the opportunities available to improve the Chamber’s performance in terms of monitoring, control and evaluation, coordination and cooperation in a way that allows the rationalization of the work.
The objectives of Naa the parliamentary body, continued the President of the Chamber of Councilors are reflected in particular by the promotion by the improvement of the legislative production, of its interventions in the field of control and evaluation of public policies as well as the strengthening the role of this legislative institution in the field of parliamentary diplomacy and external relations. About this last part Naama Mayara had discussed the day before, Thursday in Rabat, with the Ambassador of the European Union (EU) in Morocco, Patricia Llombart Cussac, means of strengthening bilateral cooperation in the various fields, particularly at the level of parliamentary action.
That said, for the President of the Chamber of Councillors, the strategic objectives consist of strengthening the capacities of the chamber to enable it to discharge its constitutional functions, improving the strategic positioning of the Chamber to enable it to play the role of parliament of the regions and be the spokesperson for professional, economic and social actors. Naama Mayara also reviewed the main lines of the work undertaken between the two sessions, stressing that all the components of the chamber worked, during the intersessional period, to formulate proposals for amending the Institution’s rules of procedure. , which will be submitted for review to a history sub-committee to make it more efficient and responsive to the needs of society.
On the other hand, he indicated that the parliament will work during this session to take advantage of the expertise of its components in order to improve legislation and evaluate public policies. This ambition requires the involvement of all, he noted, before concluding that the institution will also work to consolidate its status as a constitutional structure endowed with functions and powers at the service of parliamentary bilateralism.