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Parliament Space wins 'most accessible' pavilion award

Parliament Space wins ‘most accessible’ pavilion award

The Parliament Space won, on Saturday evening at the International Publishing and Book Fair (SIEL), the award for the most accessible pavilion in the “Institutional Exhibitors” category.

This award was presented to the pavilion officials by the Minister of Solidarity, Social Integration and the Family, Mrs. Awatef Hayar, and the Minister of Youth, Culture and Communication Muhammad Mahdi bin Said, in recognition of their efforts to guarantee the right of persons with disabilities. access to knowledge and culture.

The participation of the legislative institution in this high cultural bloc aims to open the doors of Parliament to the public, especially to the younger generations, and also aims to perpetuate the idea that the Kingdom is a state of institutions in which Parliament plays. A leading role in strengthening the democratic edifice, and enabling the nation’s representatives to defend the interests of citizens and those in the state.

The Parliament Pavilion was created in a stylized form of the Parliament Building with the aim of giving a general atmosphere to the legislative institution for visitors, and the Parliament Pavilion contains a photographic exhibition on the most important historical stages of this constitutional institution.

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Likewise, the pavilion offers visitors brochures and brochures on the activities and performance of Parliament, including “Diary of a Moroccan Parliament”, “House of Representatives, Skills, Tasks and Jobs”, “House of Councilors”, “Legislative Procedures”.

Since the beginning of SIEL, the space for Parliament has seen a large influx of visitors welcomed by Parliament officials who give them all interpretations and statements rooted in Parliament’s history and composition, parliamentary activities, assessment of public policies and parliamentary diplomacy.

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