Morocco appoints for the first time a female crown prosecutor

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Morocco has appointed Monday, 14th of May, for the first time, a woman as a Crown prosecutor, reports MAP news agency.

In a ceremony held yesterday in Rabat by the the Supreme Council of the Judiciary, Rahmona Ziani was named a crown prosecutor, the first to held a similar position in the country.

The reception was attended by head of the Supreme Audit Institution Driss Jettou. Ziani has served for 58 years at the Commercial Court of Appeal in Khemissat and Meknes.

On the same day, Aicha Ait Elhajj was named a Crown prosecutor for the Casablanca Court of First Instance, while Kalthoum Tawab was appointed a Crown prosecutor at the Meknes Commercial court.

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