Rabat – Interior minister Mohamed Hassad announced, on Tuesday, the adoption of a joint decision, under the form of a circular, with the higher education ministry, allowing local authorities to enter universities in case of threat to security or public order to protect lives and goods. Speaking at the house of advisors, Hassad underlined that though this decision give the right to intervention to local authorities, the latter are required to work in coordination with university officials to establish an atmosphere of tolerance and quest for knowledge inside colleges.The circular also requires that university presidents and directors to see to it that rules and regulations on access to universities and organizations of activities are respected, he said.He noted the positive interaction and satisfaction of university professors, deans and presidents with that decision which will ensure security within colleges.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — A flight attendant charged with public intoxication after passengers on a Chicago-to-South Bend flight noticed her inebriation has agreed to undergo alcohol abuse counselling.Forty-nine-year-old Julianne March of Waukesha, Wisconsin, reached a pretrial diversion agreement that includes alcohol abuse evaluation and counselling during her Thursday initial hearing.WNDU-TV reports that if March meets all of its terms the public intoxication charge will be dropped after one year.March was part of an Air Wisconsin crew working a United Express flight. She was arrested Aug. 2 when the plane landed in South Bend after departing Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Court documents say she had a blood-alcohol content of 0.20%.Air Wisconsin Airlines says March is no longer employed by the airline.A message seeking comment was left Friday with her attorney.___Information from: WNDU-TV, http://www.wndu.com/The Associated Press