Contract | The Economist

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Take a walk, move around, get together, do your sport … in complete freedom. What are these innocuous gestures worth today (such a short time ago) in this period of war against the coronavirus? What are our rights and freedoms worth? The National Human Rights Council has just released a memorandum containing a series of recommendations to ensure their effectiveness. Proposals paid to the development model overhaul.
Without doing any analysis or laying down cookie-cutter theories, the current crisis linked to the pandemic offers historic windows and opportunities that should not be missed.
Whatever the angle from which development is approached, the big challenge today is to reinvent ourselves, to initiate new paradigms on the political, economic and social levels. What do we want to move the country forward, what are we capable of doing. How can we transform our strengths into value generators and competitive advantages? How to ensure that skills and talents become factors of sustainable growth?
May our lost battles not be summed up in these two fateful words: “too late”!
Changing the paradigm is also putting an end to non-performance, indiscipline, non-compliance with rules and others … This fracture is perhaps the most serious because it mortgages the future. In short, no economic growth without a social, human and inclusive project. We must not be just simple consumers, but be producers of ideas, conviction, solidarity and commitments.
It is all this that will determine tomorrow the new social contract that Morocco wants to put in place. As in our history books, that of future generations is being written … today.

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