Nothing is going well with the National Rally of Independents (RNI). For ten days, Aziz Akhannouch, the general secretary of the party and head of government, has been in turmoil. On them social networks, vindictive messages, accompanied by the mention #Dégage_Akhannouch, are shared en masse.
Main criticism addressed to the person concerned: his supposed inaction in the face of inflation, which Internet users attribute to his dual role as head of government and shareholder of Akwa, whose subsidiary, Afriquia, is one of the main companies Moroccan fuel distributors.
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Clearly, the detractors of Aziz Akhannouch denounce a conflict of interests. The head of government is thus accused of taking advantage of the significant rise in fuel prices to make substantial profits.
The RNI responded by denouncing a lynching campaign fueled by fake accounts. In its defence, the party relied in particular on the work of British researcher Marc Owen Jones, a specialist in opinion manipulation operations. on Twitter.