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Moroccans abroad CAN vote on the Constitutional Referendum too

People are still asking if Moroccans abroad can vote on the upcoming referendum.  The answer is YES, Moroccan Nationals, including those holding dual citizenship, who are 18 years of age or older can vote on the proposed revision of the Moroccan constitution.

To cast a vote, you will need either a Moroccan ID, Moroccan passport or your registration card.

Contact your nearest Moroccan consulate/embassy for more details.

For Moroccans residing in the US, voting will take place July 1st through July 3rd at the following locations:

  • NEW YORK, NY
    CONSULATE GENERAL OF THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO
    10 E 40 STREET 24
    NEW YORK, NY 10016
  • BOSTON, MA
    MACCA
    110 PLEASANT STREET
    MALDEN, MA 02038
  • ORLANDO, FL
    6457 WESTWOOD BLVD
    ORLANDO, FL 32887
  • LOS ANGELES, CA
    WEST PAVILLION MALL
    10800 WEST PICO BOULEVARD,
    COMMUNITY ROOM B LEVEL 3
    ACROSS FROM BARNES AND NOBLE,
    LOS ANGELES, CA 90064
  • CHICAGO, IL
    EMBASSY SUITES CHICAGO O’HARE ROSEMONT
    DOUBLETREE O’HARE-ROSEMONT
    5500 N. RIVER ROAD, ROSEMONT, IL 60018
  • HOUSTON, TX
    UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS
    3800 MONTROSE
    HOUSTON, TEXAS 77006
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