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Country index  > Morocco
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Amnesty International

Morocco urged to end violent crackdown on protests

2 June 2011 Moroccan authorities must not use excessive force against protesters, Amnesty International said today, as activists called for renewed pro-reform demonstrations across the country on Sunday. Scores of protesters in Morocco have been physically assaulted by security forces in recent weeks. Seven protesters are still detained in Tangiers and face criminal charges in relation to their participation in protests. “What we are witnessing is a draconian response to people merely (...) read

date of on-line publication : 7 June 2011

Transnational Institute (TNI)

Morocco : between economic liberalisation and political stagnation

> In "Beyond the Market : The Future of Public Services", Elâabadila Chbihna Maaelaynine and Massimiliano Di Tota, April 2006, 7 p. (pdf)

Given the lack of a project for the democratic modernisation of the state and the construction of citizenship, Morocco is caught between economic liberalism and political stagnation. The public services on offer do not satisfy the basic needs of the population. Recent market-oriented reforms have aggravated the social and political crisis, as shown by the increase in corruption, clientelism, foreign debt, impunity and religious fundamentalism. Read Morocco : between economic liberalisation (...) read

date of on-line publication : 21 March 2007

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