Middle East

Elections show Moroccans not interested in King Mohammad’s reforms: opposition group

Activists of the "February 20" movement demonstrate in Rabat on November 27, 2011, to denounce the parliamentary elections of November 25. Morocco's pro-reform February 20 protest movement, responsible for protests held just before the king announced plans to change the constitution, had called on voters to boycott the election. It argues the reforms are insufficient. Between 1,500 ands 2,000 February 20 supporters marched in the streets of Casablanca, south of Rabat today, declaring that the of

 
A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on November 29, 2011, on page 9.

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