Casablanca Authorities Announces Uber Taxi Illegal

Rabat – According to Maghreb Arab Press (MAP), Uber Morocco is not allowed to continue with their business, and in case of resistance, both the drivers and those responsible will be prosecuted and punished by law. In addition, Casablanca’s waliya will take “all necessary measures to ensure social peace in the national transport sector.”Moreover, Telquel.ma has had the chance to talk to the  manager of Uber Morocco, in which she recalled that the company offers “a service between individuals and transportation professionals through an application. Uber does not own transport cars and does not hire drivers. They are our partners who hold the transport licenses issued by the state.”Equally important to note, Uber Morocco has not been notified of a possible ban by the Wilaya through direct communication, but rather obtained the news from the media. © Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission