Islamist party calls for revision of economic relations with France.
Rabat, July 27 .- The Moroccan Islamic party Justice and Development Party (AKP) asked to review the economic relations between Morocco and France after the country announced that Gallo studies centers take action against the customer helpline to relocate their services.
An Islamist party statement pointed out on these call centers that "we see that the French government aims to change its policy in this area,, buy kinah, which may harm national interests, especially in the field of employment."
According the same source, this initiative would claim "the revision of our economic relations with France to protect national interests and overcome the privileges I enjoy France in Morocco since independence."
These privileges "were often not reciprocal," added the statement.
In Morocco more than 30,000 employees working in call centers for customer, aion kinah, service, according to the Moroccan press.
The French newspaper ahead a few weeks ago that Secretary of State for Employment Laurent Wauquiez, plans several measures to prevent the relocation of these jobs, such as imposing taxes on calls or a code of conduct.