The Moroccan expert in pharmaceutical industries, Moncef El-Sallawi, apologized for the sexual harassment that occurred in the “GSK” company, after sending a message to his company, Galvani Bioelectronics, on the matter.
Al-Slaoui announced that he has completed all his responsibilities at Galvani Bioelectronics.
And this after the latter, on Wednesday, announced that it had expelled the expert, Moncef Al-Salawi, from its board of directors, due to his involvement in sexual harassment. Inappropriate behavior.
Al-Slaoui said about Subject“It is with great regret that I acknowledge a statement regarding the termination of my position as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Calvani.”
He continued, explaining: “I have the utmost respect for my colleagues and I am horrified that my actions put a former colleague in an uncomfortable position. I would like to apologize unreservedly to the employee concerned, and I deeply regret any embarrassment she caused.
He continued: “I would also like to apologize to my wife and family for the pain this causes. I will work hard to redeem myself with all those who have been affected by this situation. I will take leave from my current professional responsibilities, in effect immediately, to focus on my family’s affairs. ”
Galvani Bioelectronics explained that the decision to expel the expert Al-Selawi came after receiving a letter from the company “GSK”. It contains allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior by Dr. Al-Salawi at its headquarters, years ago.
Trump’s appreciation for “Al-Sailawi”
Al-Sallawi had received widespread praise and appreciation after his appointment by the outgoing President, Donald Trump, at the head of the White House initiative to develop a vaccine against the emerging corona virus (Covid 19).
In a press conference on the White House lawn, Al-Slaoui said that he views this appointment as an honor and an opportunity to provide service to the United States and the world, in light of the pandemic that is hitting the world.
Biography of Al-Slaoui
When digging in the biography of Al-Selawi Al-Maghribi, a long path of achievement, challenges, and success emerges. Because the world appointed by Trump has moved between different countries and has always believed in the need to seize the opportunity whenever one arises, according to what he said in a press interview.
During his academic career, the Moroccan scientist oversaw the development of a number of vaccines; Such as the “Cervarix” vaccine to prevent cervical cancer.
As well as the “Rotarix” vaccine to protect children from viral gastroenteritis, and then the Ebola vaccine.
Al-Sallawi spent 27 years researching the “Cervarix” vaccine to prevent malaria, until it was approved by the European Medicines Agency in 2015, the first of its kind in the world.
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