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Carnegie on Moroccan local elections

June 3, 2009
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Carnegie’s latest Arab Reform Bulletin has a good article on Morocco’s June 12  local elections, and how they are affected by changes in the electoral law. Nothing to do with the PAM affair.

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  1. June 5, 2009 22:59

    Probably also nothing to do with the political murders in Guinea. But wait.. The murdered minister Dabo was a candidate for the presidential elections to come. The elections are necessary because president Veiera got murdered. Dabo was a man of the Vieira-political line. Another candidate in the election is Kumba Yala, the leader of the main oppositional party PRID, who used to live in Morocco.
    So it has something to do with elections and Morocco after all.
    But this link is ofcourse not as interesting as the link between Morocco and Yala.

  2. June 12, 2009 10:14

    Parties do not have clear policies to start development automotive: http://inspirationwriting.blogspot.com/2009/06/municipal-elections-in-morocco.html

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