الدولة الاجتماعية بالمغرب بين الأسس والمرتكزات والتنزيل
The Corona pandemic (Covid-19) had a major role in highlighting the shortcomings and problems experienced by all sectors in Morocco, and the social sectors in particular, which contributed to accelerating Morocco’s adoption of the initiative to consolidate the foundations of the social state by taking unprecedented measures related to supporting the purchasing power of citizens. Improving the living conditions of large segments of society to protect them from the fluctuations in the current international situation, the repercussions of the drought wave, and the remnants of the Covid-19 pandemic by generalizing basic health coverage by expanding compulsory health coverage by the end of 2023, and activating direct support for families to include about seven million Children descend from these families, and three million families without children of school age, in addition to facilitating citizens’ access to quality housing, supporting citizens’ purchasing power, in addition to creating jobs and continuing social dialogue, Finally, the article concluded by emphasizing that the implementation and success of the state’s social workshops requires the availability of real political will embodied in public policies, and the rehabilitation and generalization of health coverage requires the real and deep rehabilitation of the national health system and the rest of the other sectors, with a focus on the social aspect.
Keywords: state, social state, social protection, spatial justice, social justice, correlation between rights and duties.
Dr. El Moufadel EL AYADI, Researcher in public law and administrative sciences, Administrator at the Regional Directorate of Health and Social Protection of the Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima region – Kingdom of MOROCCO