Mustafa Paytas, the official spokesman for the government, said today, Thursday, that managing the effects of the Al Haouz earthquake that struck the Kingdom will be present in the contents of the 2024 Finance Law.
Paytas confirmed, during the weekly symposium that followed the government council, that the next law will bring to mind this new reality of the effects of the earthquake and the repercussions of reconstruction.
The official spokesman for the government added that the draft finance law for 2024, its contents will be released soon, highlighting that the document will mortgage finances and general trends annually.
The same spokesman explained that the recent royal directives aim to bring about a real development boom in the afflicted areas.
His Majesty King Mohammed VI announced the allocation of 120 billion dirhams to rehabilitate earthquake areas.
The King gave instructions to grant three million centimes to each family affected by the earthquake, by disbursing a direct aid of 2,500 dirhams per month.
Collapsed homes will also be supported with 14 million centimes, as specialized engineers will inspect this matter, while semi-collapsed homes will also be subjected to technical expertise, with the aim of granting those affected 8 million centimes to repair them gradually.