The parliamentary opposition directed harsh criticism of the government after it continued the ostrich policy approach and did not take serious measures to reduce fuel prices, after the display of gasoline prices turned into a source of terror for drivers.
The Socialist Team belonging to the parliamentary opposition called, in its request addressed to the Chairman of the Finance Committee in the first chamber of Parliament, to hold an urgent meeting in the House of Representatives in the presence of the Minister of Economy and Finance, Nadia Fattah Al-Alawi, to discuss the recent increases in fuel prices.
The same source called for an end to the manifestations of chaos in the fuel sector, after the companies imposed successive increases in fuel prices in just ten days.
The same source confirmed that the government is required to provide explanations to Parliament and the national public opinion about these random increases, which are considered unjustified and legal.
On the other hand, the cessation of public support contributed to the deepening of the sector’s crisis, after the price of gasoline and gasoline exceeded the barrier of 13 dirhams, which made most trade union bodies, whether in the taxi or goods transport sector, announce their desire to launch protests in the coming weeks.
According to what Newspaper 24 concluded from its sources, the government of Aziz Akhannouch is currently studying the possibility of returning again to resume subsidies, after the fluctuations in the international oil market.
The same sources explained that the government wants to absorb the anger of professionals, after the gas stations raised three dirhams for gasoline and about two dirhams for gas prices at once, after a period of stabilization of fuel prices in the Kingdom.
According to the same sources, the government wants to implement this decision during the coming period, so that the rise in fuel prices does not affect the prices of transporting goods, food products and public transport.