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The judiciary ends the investigation with Baaiwi and Al-Nasiri against the background of the Escobar Sahara case (+ final list of charges) – Al-Youm 24

The investigating judge at the Casablanca Court of Appeal has completed the investigation stages with 28 people, against the backdrop of the “Escobar of the Desert” case, where he is following up on 26 in arrest and two in case of release. He referred the results of the investigation to the King’s Attorney General while awaiting setting a date for the first trial sessions that many are awaiting. As it is the largest case that mixes politics and drugs in recent years in Morocco, two senior political figures were arrested because of it: the head of the eastern region, Abdel Nabi Bayoui, the head of the Casablanca Workers’ Council, and also a parliamentarian, Saeed Naciri.

According to sources, the investigating judge charged Abdel Nabi Baawi with charges related to forging an official document by fabricating and using agreements, and participating in the forgery of a public record and a public document.

The judge charged him with participating in carrying out an arbitrary act affecting personal and individual freedom with the intention of satisfying personal whims, bribery, and facilitating the exit and entry of Moroccan persons to and from Moroccan territory on a regular basis and within the framework of a gang and agreement.

In addition to participating in an agreement intended to possess, trade, transport, and export drugs, and attempting to export them, as well as concealing items obtained from a misdemeanor in accordance with Chapter 571 of the Criminal Code, and participating in perjury.

The investigating judge also brought other charges against the head of the eastern region related to the use of forged custom documents and the use of vehicles without obtaining a registration certificate, in addition to the misdemeanor of attempting to export drugs without a permit or licence, not to mention the misdemeanor of participating in direct payment in currency for goods or services within the national territory, in addition to The misdemeanor of participating in payments without permission from the exchange office by foreigners for transactions related to the purchase of real estate located in Morocco by means other than transferring foreign currencies to the Bank of Morocco.

The investigating judge charged Saeed Al-Nasiri with charges related to forgery in an official document, by fabricating and using agreements, and participating in an agreement with the intention of possessing, trafficking in, transporting and exporting drugs, and attempting to export them, not to mention the charges of fraud and attempted fraud, and the exploitation of influence by a person holding a parliamentary position, and forcing others to give evidence. By false statements and admissions through pressure and threats.

In addition to charges of concealing items obtained from a misdemeanor, forging and using checks, and the misdemeanor of attempting to export drugs without a permit or license and participating in them, in addition to the misdemeanor of exporting drugs without a permit or license and participating in them.

The misdemeanor of participating in the import of foreign currencies without a permit when the amount exceeds the equivalent of 100,000.00 dirhams stipulated, and the misdemeanor of participating in direct payment in currency for goods or services within the national territory, in addition to the misdemeanor of participating in direct payment in currency for goods or services within the national territory. And not being pursued in order to violate the provisions related to the movement and possession of drugs within the Customs Department.

The investigating judge brought charges against Abd al-Rahim Baayoui, head of the Ain al-Safa group and brother of Abd al-Nabi Baayoui, related to participating in the exercise of a regulatory act that violates personal and individual freedom with the intention of satisfying personal desires, and participating in an agreement for the purpose of possessing, trafficking in, transporting and exporting drugs, and attempting to export them, in addition to concealing Items obtained from a misdemeanor, and the misdemeanor of exporting drugs without a permit or license and participating in them.

The investigating judge decided not to pursue him for violating the provisions related to the movement and possession of drugs within the customs department.

Regarding the rest of the defendants in the “Escobar of the Desert” file; The charges against them vary between participating in forgery, participating in perjury, concealing obtained items, and participating in an agreement for the purpose of possessing, trafficking in, transporting, and exporting drugs.

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