Morocco’s Ombudsman Receives Irish Peer

Morocco’s Ombudsman Receives Irish Peer

Rabat – Mediator of the Kingdom of Morocco, Mohamed Benalilou, received, Monday in Rabat, the Irish Ombudsman, Protected Disclosures Commissioner, Ger Deering, who had come to pay him a courtesy call.

During the meeting, which took place in the presence of the Irish ambassador to Morocco, James McIntyre, the two parties examined ways of strengthening cooperation between the two institutions in terms of defending the rights of individuals, institutional mediation and the fields of intervention of Ombudsmen.

They also discussed reinforcing the presence of both institutions in international Ombudsman networks and bodies, including the International Ombudsman Institute, the Kingdom’s Mediator said in a press release.

Deering expressed his admiration for the experience of the Mediator of the Kingdom in the field of mediation and the defense of users’ rights, as well as for the bilateral and multilateral partnership and cooperation relations with counterparts at regional, continental and international levels.

The meeting provided an opportunity to review the missions and remits of the two institutions, particularly in terms of defending users’ rights and establishing good governance in public service management, concludes the same source.

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