The royal decision to open the profession of Adoul for woman dropped on January 22nd, and for the Minister of Justice, Mohamed Aujjar, women’s access to the profession of Adoul marks a new stage in the history of Moroccan justice. Women who have succeeded the examination to access the profession of Adoul constitute 37,38% of the successful candidates. A first in Morocco.
The guidelines of HM King Mohammed VI encouraging women’s access to the Adoul profession have established one of Morocco’s pillars of rights and equality, in which women boast, alongside men , of all rights guaranteed by the constitution and the law, as supported by the Minister of Justice, Mohamed Aujjar, at a ceremony held on July 25 in honor of all candidates.
Women’s access to the said profession in accordance with the High Royal Instructions, thus marks a new stage in the history of Moroccan justice, he insisted, before ensuring that women adouls have demonstrated their ability to shine and bring added value to this profession, thanks to their integrity and seriousness.
A striking first that seems favorable for the future. Indeed, the Director General of the Higher Institute of the Judiciary, Abdelmajid Rhomija stressed that women’s access to this profession is a historic event that enshrines the provisions of the 2011 Constitution and the laws in force, as well as the Kingdom’s democratic choices, particularly in promoting women’s rights and combating all forms of discrimination against them.