Morocco allows citizens to challenge government decisions | Middle East Monitor

Morocco will be the first government in the Arab world to allow citizens to challenge decisions and propose new laws: Morocco has approved two bills allowing its citizens to challenge decisions made by the government and its institutions and to propose new laws, the government spokesperson said yesterday. Morocco’s Minister of Communication and government spokesman Mustapha Al- Khalfi told reporters in the capital Rabat: “The bill allows for the allocation ...

US ambassador to UN highlights before UNSC Morocco’s experience to fight violent extremism | Maghreb Arab Press

Morocco’s approach to countering violent extremism used as an example by US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power: US ambassador to the UN Samantha Power highlighted, on Thursday, efforts made by Morocco to counter violent extremism. Power, who was speaking before the UN Security Council, underlined that Morocco is striving to spread a moderate Islam to face violent extremist ideologies. Morocco is striving to face extremist ideologies through the values ...

Morocco Continues to Build its Financial Stability – Jean R. AbiNader

S&P Reaffirms Investment Grade Rating Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC April 15, 2015 To many analysts, Morocco is a model for growth and reform in the region, so it must be doing something right as it continues to gain kudos from financial rating services for its economic policies. What is so important about ratings? Well, they are a widely accepted indicator that the country is following policies that promote stability in ...

In Morocco, UN-backed forum highlights role of religious leaders in preventing atrocities | UN News Centre

Morocco continues to play a leadership role in the global effort to counter violent extremism: 23 April 2015 – At a forum on the role of religious leaders in preventing incitement to violence and atrocities, which opened today in Fez, Morocco, a senior UN rights official stressed the importance of religious leaders worldwide in the prevention, mitigation and resolution of conflicts. The two-day forum, which will wrap up tomorrow, came ...
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