The House of Representatives adopted, Thursday, unanimously, five bills relating to the regulation of contractual volunteering, to the reform of public establishments and enterprises (EEP), to tax reform, to the general statute of the civil service. , to the General Inspectorate of Judicial Affairs and a bill concerning the profession of tourist guide, during two general sessions, chaired by Habib El Malki, president of the House of Representatives as well as its first vice-president, Soulaimane El Amrani. Bill 06-18 on the organization of contractual volunteering aims to determine the concept of contractual volunteering and the identification of its components, principles, objectives and enforcement mechanisms, said a press release from the Chamber of Representatives. It also aims to regulate the rights and duties of the parties to the action of contractual volunteering, to establish control mechanisms and an associated system of sanctions and penalties and to create a national register of contractual volunteering. During the debates, the parliamentarians welcomed the content of the bill as a milestone of participatory democracy, in accordance with the 2011 Constitution as well as a source of “social capitalism”, and a crowning of the accumulation that registered social and voluntary work in Morocco, adds the same source. At the same time, they called for encouraging and promoting volunteering, adopting flexibility in the processing of accreditation requests in the areas of volunteering and contractual and the strengthening of participatory democracy according to the evolution of the Kingdom in various fields. During the same session, the Chamber approved the framework bill n ° 50-21 which corresponds to the reform of public establishments and enterprises and the framework bill n ° 69.19 relating to the tax reform. The framework bill n ° 50.21 relating to the reform of the EEP aims to remedy the structural imbalances of public establishments and enterprises, to increase their profits, to modify the size of the public sector as well as to restructure it, underlines the press release. It also aims to rationalize State resources, ease the restructuring of public establishments and enterprises and improve their governance, the control of new institutions and the modernization of State financial control mechanisms. With regard to draft framework law n ° 69-19 relating to tax reform, it aims to overcome the imbalances and inadequacies of the current tax system, to establish tax justice as well as to strengthen confidence between the administration and rights holders. It also aims to mobilize all fiscal possibilities to finance public policies, reform the system of collective and quasi-fiscal royalties and strengthen the system of effective and efficient governance in the field of the front. According to the same source, representatives of parliamentary groups and groups took the floor, noting that the two bills constitute a priority national reform, given the role of taxation in the financing of public policies and the maintenance of macroeconomic balances as well. as strategic roles of institutions and public enterprises. The parliamentarians stopped during their interventions on the main challenges in the fiscal field and that of the management of PEC, noted the press release. During this meeting, the broad outlines of the draft law n ° 39-21 supplementing the Dahir n ° 1.58.008 of February 24, 1958 relating to the general statute of the public service were reviewed. This bill aims to register health professionals working in the public sector on the list of professional categories not concerned by this Dahir, in order to allow the elaboration, under a legislative text, of a statute which allows them is specific defining their professional rights and obligations, in harmony with the specificities of their missions within the health system and the challenges and issues they face. On the other hand, this same session was devoted to the discussion of Bill 38-21 which aims to establish the composition of the General Inspectorate of Judicial Affairs, its prerogatives and regulations, as well as the rights and obligations of its members. This bill is part of the reform of the judicial system and comes to strengthen the institutional construction of the judiciary in Morocco. This project intervenes in application of the provisions of paragraph 1 of article 53 of organic law n ° 100-13 relating to the Superior Council of the Judicial Power (CSPJ), concerning the creation of a general inspectorate of judicial affairs which is affiliated which specifies its organization, its competences, its rules and the rights and duties of its members under the law. During the second legislative session devoted to draft laws, the House of Representatives unanimously approved a bill amending law n ° 133-13 amending law n ° 05-12 relating to the organization the profession of tourist guide. This bill seeks to resolve certain problems related to the application of the law governing the career of a tour guide, in particular with regard to the limits of training and employment, and which will help to create opportunities for employment for young people and to solve social problems of a large group of tour guides.