After the accusations of “plagiarism” of the Moroccan ministry of a Lebanese report… Mezzour speaks out

A few days after Internet users circulated images of a Moroccan report published by the Ministry of Digital Transition and Administrative Reform, in which they mentioned the “plagiarism” of a paragraph of a Lebanese report, the ministry interacted on Wednesday, May 11 with this news.

The ministry, headed by Ghita Mezzour, said in a statement posted on its official Facebook page that “regarding the false information that circulated on social networks about an official report published by the Ministry of Public Service in 2018, this is related to a study conducted in partnership with the United Nations, UN Women in Morocco, as well as three other countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

The same source said that the drafting of this report was based on a comparative study in many Arab countries, including Lebanon, noting that the original version was prepared in French, and that the version translated into Arabic will be corrected as soon as possible.

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