The Ministry of Interior announced that a register will be opened to count the victims of the Al Haouz earthquake, and that the registration process will continue until January 16, 2024.
The Ministry stated, in a statement today, Tuesday, that “within the framework of Law No. 110.14 relating to the establishment of a system to cover the consequences of catastrophic events, the Ministry of the Interior announces that, in accordance with the Prime Minister’s Decision No. 3.58.23 dated October 13, 2023, which was published in the Official Gazette No. 7240 dated 19 October 2023, according to which the Al Haouz earthquake that our country experienced on Friday, September 8, 2023, was declared a catastrophic event, and a register will be opened to count the victims of the aforementioned earthquake.
The communication added that the above-mentioned decision specifies the list of affected territorial communities.
The Ministry indicated that “the restriction process will continue until January 16, 2024, either directly at the offices designated for this purpose at the level of relevant leadership or administrative attachés, or through the electronic portal: “www.recensementcatastrophes.ma,” by the victim herself, or one of her rights holders or Any natural or legal person related to the victim.”
Following the restriction process, the report will be issued. The declarant will receive a dated and stamped paper receipt bearing a reference number proving this process. In the event of registration through the electronic portal, this receipt will be uploaded electronically.