The organization “Momken” (translates into “It’s possible”) features Moroccans expressing their reasons for voting Yes, No, or for abstaining/boycotting.
One man voting “Yes” said: “I will vote yes because I belong to a political group who has decided to vote Yes. However, I do respect the choice of others to vote No, and I also respect the position of those who chose to abstain, especially that the current project has not met all the expectations and ambitions that we were all waiting for.”
One woman voting “No” said: “…The State didn’t take any concrete initiative to show its good intentions…and I don’t feel that constitutional change is our first priority. Thus, I have doubt about the constitutional project that is why I will vote No.”
This is the kind of democratic spirit that Moroccans are known for: acceptance of pluralism. A proof that Moroccans are ready for democracy.