“To date, no victim has regained their rights. […] Justice is knowingly maintained in the absolute irrationality and the system in its entirety is paralyzed by inadmissible practices”, denounce the victims of real estate spoliations represented by the Association for Law and Justice in Morocco (ADJM) in a correspondence addressed to the sovereign. Among them, foreigners but also Moroccans residing abroad (MRE). They claim to have on several occasions alerted all the institutions and ministries likely to come to the aid of the victims in order to eradicate the spoliations and the misappropriation of inheritances, reports Hespress. Without success.
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Even the royal directives expressed on December 26, 2016 “are not followed by any effect”, regret the victims. “The painful and bitter observation that is essential is that it is today totally impossible for the victims to obtain respect for their rights despite your directives”, they point out to King Mohammed VI. “To date, the situation on this extremely serious topic remains unchanged. […] Land and real estate crime through hundreds of cases claiming thousands of victims throughout the kingdom and beyond has disastrous effects not only on citizens and other victims who are too often in a vulnerable situation, but also weighs heavily and tarnished the international image of the entire Kingdom”.
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According to the collective, the judicial system in its entirety has been “infiltrated by criminal networks” which are said to have “established themselves in all institutions and administrations, thus making it impossible for anyone who comes up against this scourge to obtain the fundamental respect and legitimacy of the right to property”. The law (39/08 article 2) of 2011 is “intended to favor criminal networks rather than victims”, he criticizes. Faced with this ongoing phenomenon, the victims turn once again to King Mohammed VI: “You are the one and only guarantor of the fundamental respect for justice for all, whether they are citizens, foreigners, or residents of the country. ‘foreign. »