Moroccan Lawyer Makes History as First Woman to Lead Supreme Court

Morocco has made history with the appointment of its first female Supreme Court president. On Tuesday, the country’s Justice Minister Mohamed Aujjar announced the appointment of lawyer and professor Faouzia El Ouardighi to the position.

El Ouardighi, who has a long career in the legal field, is the first woman to lead the Supreme Court in Morocco. She is also the first woman to lead a court of this level in the Arab world.

El Ouardighi has a long history of advocating for women’s rights in Morocco. She has been a vocal advocate for gender equality in the legal system, and has worked to ensure that women have access to justice.

El Ouardighi has also been a strong advocate for the rights of children and the disabled. She has worked to ensure that these vulnerable populations have access to justice and are protected from exploitation.

El Ouardighi’s appointment is a major milestone for Morocco and for the Arab world. Her appointment is a sign of progress for the country, and a sign that Morocco is committed to gender equality and the protection of vulnerable populations.

El Ouardighi’s appointment is also a sign of hope for women in the Arab world. Her appointment is a sign that women can achieve positions of power and influence, and that they can be successful in their chosen fields.

El Ouardighi’s appointment is a major step forward for Morocco and for the Arab world. Her appointment is a sign of progress and a sign of hope for women in the region.

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