#Feb20, Constitutional Reform, Democracy, Elections, Morocco

Morocco to hold parliamentary elections in mid-November

Morocco to hold “early vote in mid-November: “RABAT β€” Morocco announced plans Sunday to hold early parliamentary elections in mid-November, as the Arab world’s longest serving monarchy pursues reforms in response to protests inspired by the Arab Spring. During long overnight negotiations with the interior ministry, officials from some 20 political parties in the north African nation agreed in principle for the election to be held in mid-November”

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2 thoughts on “Morocco to hold parliamentary elections in mid-November

  1. Nothing about an Independent Electoral Commission ? 😦
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    Posted by dima | August 14, 2011, 2:24 pm
  2. Hi Dima, Always nice to read your input! That’s actually a great point! We need to raise awareness around the critical importance of an independent electoral commission. Thank you for bringing this to our attention!

    Posted by M4C | August 17, 2011, 2:50 am

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