Since ascending to the throne in 1999, King Mohammed VI has remained committed to creating a new relationship between the state and its citizens through an ongoing process to empower Moroccans and the institutions that represent them.

The Constitutional reform of 2011, overwhelmingly approved by referendum, enshrined several key changes to Morocco’s political system.  It strengthened the principle of separation of powers and solidified the rule of law by broadening the legislative powers of Parliament and mandating an independent Judiciary.

Morocco now has the most advanced political party and parliamentary system in the Middle East.

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