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Protest staged by contracting professors in various Moroccan cities

Several Moroccan cities were marked today, Friday, by protests staged in front of the courts and educational directorates, during which contracting professors denounced repression and persecution, and reaffirmed their attachment to their legitimate right to be integrated into the public service.

Today, the Court of Appeal in Rabat postponed, until January 6 of next year, the trial of ten contracting professors who are prosecuted for their national protests.

The ten professors are being pursued on criminal charges, including “obstructing public traffic, obstructing traffic on roads, insulting and assaulting a public official, and unarmed gathering without a permit.”

The postponement of the trial coincided with the national strike being waged by contracting professors to denounce the “arbitrary” trials against their colleagues.

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