Politics of Morocco
Politics of Morocco take place in a framework of a parliamentary constitutional monarchy, whereby the Prime Minister of Morocco is the head of government, and of a multi-party system. Executive power...
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Moroccan parliamentary election, 2011
An early parliamentary election was held in Morocco on 25 November 2011, brought forward from 2012 and then postponed from 7 October 2011. Public protests as part of the Arab Spring in February 2011 l...
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Corruption in Morocco
The occurrence of petty and grand corruption in public and private sectors in Morocco are one of the socio-political challenges the country is facing. Corruption has become much more institutionalized...
Elections in Morocco
Elections in Morocco are held on a national level for the legislature. Parliament has two chambers. The Assembly of Representatives of Morocco (Majlis al-Nuwab/Assemblée des Répresentants) has 325 mem...
Energy policy of Morocco
Morocco's energy policy is set independently by two agencies the government, the Office of Hydrocarbons and Mining (ONHYM) which sets domestic oil policy and the Office National de l'Electricité (ONE)...
Foreign relations of Morocco
Morocco is a member of the United Nations and belongs to the Arab League, Arab Maghreb Union (UMA), Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the Non-Aligned Movement and the Community of Sahel-Sahar...
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Human rights in Morocco
Morocco’s human rights record is mixed. On one hand, Morocco has made considerable improvements since the repressive Years of Lead under King Hassan II's reign (1961–99). Under Mohammed VI, it has imp...
Republicanism in Morocco
In the history of Morocco, there have been a few attempts to establish republican forms of government:
Amir al-Mu'minin
Amīr al-Mu'minīn (Arabic: أمير المؤمنين‎; latinized as Miramolinus, hence Italian Miramolino, Spanish Miramolín and Portuguese Miramolim, in Byzantine Greek: ἀμερμουμνῆς amermoumnês), usuall...
2003 Casablanca bombings
The 2003 Casablanca bombings were a series of suicide bombings on May 16, 2003, in Casablanca, Morocco. The attacks were the deadliest terrorist attacks in the country's history. 45 people were killed...
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Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs
The Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs (Arabic: المجلس الملكي الاستشاري للشؤون الصحراوية‎) (CORCAS, from the French abbreviation of Conseil royal consultatif pour les affaires sahari...
2007 Casablanca bombings
The 2007 Casablanca bombings refer to a series of suicide bombings in March and April 2007 in Casablanca, Morocco.
There was a suicide bombing on March 11, 2007, in Casablanca, Morocco. The suicid...