Mohamed Dekkak with Abu Azaitar (Famous Champion/UFC Fighter/German-Moroccan Martial Artist), Nadir Hayat famous by his stage “RedOne” (Record producer, singer, songwriter record executive) and Mohamed Maradji photojournalist (The photographer of the Three Kings – Eye of Morocco) during the traditional allegiance ceremony in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the accession to the throne of Majesty King Mohammed VI
Morocco’s Traditional Pledge of Allegiance Ceremony
Festivities of King Mohammed VI’s twenty years on the position of authority concluded on Wednesday, July 31 with the yearly pledge of allegiance to Morocco’s government after a progression of lavish dinners and a much awaited speech.
Several senior authorities as well as dignitaries are relied upon to go to the function at the royal palace in the northern city of Tetouan.
Traditionally, the people anticipates the entry of the king, who emerges wearing white and on horseback prior to going through the waiting crowd who bow and swear their dedication.
The vow is a piece of the yearly ceremony of the Feast of the Throne, a nationwide commemoration that started long ago during the 1930s when Morocco was a French protectorate.
The official Moroccan media are the only people allowed to cover Wednesday’s occasion, which will likewise observe the swearing-in of new officials.
The 55-year-old ruler on Tuesday facilitated an enormous gathering at his Tangiers royal residence, where he and the 16 year old Crown Prince Moulay Hassan, were wearing white customary robes and red caps.
They welcomed scores of visitors, while later that night the ruler’s sisters held a supper “to pay tribute to ladies”.
On Monday night the ruler vowed an administration reshuffle and an infusion of “new blood” into administrative and political positions to support in handling the nation’s glaring disparities.
During the king’s speech at the Tetouan palace, he invited advancement in foundation and opportunities in the nation however said the endeavors had not had “adequate effect”.
As indicated by authority figures, the unemployment rate in the country remains about 10 percent, yet rises up to 39 percent among those under 24.
Access to quality medical care stays hazardous in provincial zones and educational levels are low, with one of every three Moroccans illiterate, official figures state.
Two articulations in the speech of King Mohammed VI are essential. Initially, he brought up that the festival of Throne Day — July 30 — was “the most historic event to insist the country’s firm connection to the Moroccan Sahara, the national and regional solidarity and Morocco’s full power over every last bit of the kingdom,” which basically means there is no space for trade off with respect to Western Sahara.
The second critical proclamation respected the kingdom’s relationship with Algeria. The king announced that Morocco reaffirms its genuine pledge to its brothers in Algeria, in satisfaction of the ties of fellowship, language, religion, and great neighborliness, that eternity join the two caring people groups.
Morocco king’s speech also included the country’s present reality and what should be accomplished in the prompt future. King Mohammed VI stated that Morocco has a place with all Moroccans and it is their mutual home. Each and everyone of the Moroccans must add to its development and advancement and to the protection of its solidarity, security and steadiness.
Morocco being a place where all Moroccans can discover a spot and appreciate, no matter what, with no discrimination and with equivalent rights and equivalent obligations, in complete opportunity and human dignity.
To put it plainly, Morocco is an Arab nation without much complications. Just a bunch of other Arab nations can be in comparison with Morocco. In Morocco, there is an ideal synergy between the official family and the common people.
As is custom, the ruler’s speech on Monday was trailed by a royal pardoning, which for 2019 was given to a huge number of detainees, comprising some from the “Hirak” cprotest movement that shook the nation three years ago.
Just eight of the 4,764 counted under the pardon were detained throughout the long stretches of demonstration in the long marginalized north Rif area, and no one from them were pioneers of the movement.
The “Popular Movement” or Al-Hirak al-Shaabi, was started by the passing of an angler yet before long spiraled into requests for greater advancement and activity against defilement and joblessness.
In excess of 400 nonconformists are thought to have been captured and put into trial regarding the protests, however no official figures are accessible. More or less 250 of them have recently been exculpated.
Morocco looks back to the values regarded by HM King Mohammed VI from the time he became a crown prince. He continuously believes in the war on poverty which paved the way, as a proof, for the disappearance of the slum areas in the country. Pursuing a war on poverty is a welcoming effort to pursue progress and development in the country as well as removal of factors that can possibly influence terrorism and extremism.
In many of the world’s international conflicts, Morocco found its peaceful place. It is near Europe and a link that connects Africa with Europe. In twenty years, there’s a solid thread that lies both on the continuity and trust in humanity.