The Minister of Justice responds to the PJD

The Minister of Justice responds to the PJD
The Minister of Justice responds to the PJD

The Moroccan Minister of Justice, Abdellatif Ouahbi, reaffirmed Tuesday evening on the Al Aoula channel that all requests requiring the presentation of a marriage certificate to couples when checking into hotels are “illegal”.

Reception service workers in tourist establishments “do not have the status required to question customers whether they are married or not. “It is a violation of the privacy of Moroccans,” stressing that only “national security agents are competent to formulate this type of question.”

“I am not interested in people who go to hotels to commit (sexual) relations outside the framework of marriage (…) I am more concerned with the legally married couple, coming for example from Fez and who want to enter a hotel in Marrakech, but who forgot to bring the marriage certificate in his luggage. And so, they refuse him access and he is forced to spend the night in his car,” said Ouahbi in an indirect response to criticism from the PJD.

As a reminder, the PJD women’s organization reacted to the declarations of the Minister of Justice, describing them as “irresponsible” and which would go in the direction of “the dismantling of Moroccan society, stripping it of its values ​​and its morals “. The secretary general of the Lamp Party, Abdelilah Benkirane, also condemned the positions expressed by Abdellatif Ouahbi on this subject.

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