Youtuber Mohamed Sekkaki, known as Moul Kaskita. Youtube/Moul Kaskita
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A Moroccan YouTuber was arrested and appeared in court Tuesday for "insulting Moroccans and constitutional institutions" in a video, the kingdom's public prosecutor announced.Mohamed Sekkaki, known as Moul Kaskita, was detained Sunday after publishing a video in which he criticised King Mohammed VI, considered "inviolable" by the kingdom's constitution.In the 12 minute YouTube video, Sekkaki said the monarch's speeches were not followed by results, while Moroccans suffered from clientelism and nepotism.
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